diazonium

noun
di·a·zo·ni·um | \ ˌdī-ə-ˈzō-nē-əm \

Definition of diazonium 

: the monovalent cation N2+ that is composed of two nitrogen atoms united to carbon in an organic radical and that usually exists in salts used in the manufacture of azo dyes

First Known Use of diazonium

1895, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for diazonium

International Scientific Vocabulary di- + az- + -onium

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diazonium

noun
di·a·zo·ni·um | \ ˌdī-ə-ˈzō-nē-əm \

Medical Definition of diazonium 

: the monovalent cation N2+ that is composed of two nitrogen atoms united to carbon in an organic radical and that usually exists in salts used in the manufacture of azo dyes

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