Azane vs Alane - What's the difference?

azane | alane |


As nouns the difference between azane and alane

is that azane is (inorganic compound|uncountable) ammonia, nh3nomenclature of inorganic chemistry iupac recommendations 2005 connelly, neil g (ed), damhus, ture (ed) hartshorn, rm and hutton, at the royal society of chemistry, 2005 [isbn 0 85404 438 8] while alane is .

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

azane

English

Noun

  • (inorganic compound, uncountable) ammonia, NH3.Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry. IUPAC Recommendations 2005. Connelly, Neil G. (ed.), Damhus, Ture (ed.) Hartshorn, R.M. and Hutton, A.T. The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2005 [ISBN 0 85404 438 8]
  • (inorganic chemistry) Any saturated hydride of nitrogen having a general formula NnHn+2 such as hydrazine.
  • References

    alane

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (inorganic compound) aluminium hydride, AlH3
  • (organic chemistry) Any organic derivative of this compound
  • Usage notes

    This is the current IUPAC name, but is to be replaced by alumane because the systematically derived name of the -AlH2 group would be alanyl which is already used as a derivative of alanine.