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Trimethylsilyl azide ((CH3)3SiN3) is a chemical compound used as a reagent in organic chemistry. It can be produced from trimethylsilyl chloride and sodium azide  It is considered a safer replacement for hydrazoic acid in many reactions. It will however over time hydrolyze to hydrogen azide and therefore it must be stored free of moisture . For an example of its use: see Oseltamivir total synthesis.
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