Azane vs Alane - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between azane and alane
is that azane
is (inorganic compound|uncountable) ammonia, nh3
[nomenclature 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]]
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(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.
(inorganic compound) aluminium hydride, AlH3
(organic chemistry) Any organic derivative of this compound
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.