Azanes are saturated hydro nitrogens, which means that they are made up of only hydrogen and nitrogen atoms where all bonds are single bonds. Hence, they are pnictogen hydrides. Since cyclic hydro nitrogens are excluded by definition, the azanes compose of a homologous series of inorganic compounds. Each nitrogen atom has three bonds. It can be either N-H or N-N bonds. Each hydrogen atom is linked to a nitrogen atom. A series of linked nitrogen atoms is coined as the nitrogen skeleton or nitrogen backbone. The simplest possible azane is ammonia or NH3. There is no defined limit to the figures of nitrogen atoms that can bond together.
Azanes are reactive and have significant biological activity. They can be viewed as more biologically active or reactive portions (functional groups) of the molecule, which can be hung upon molecular trees. Azanes with more than three nitrogen atoms can be arranged in numerous different ways, forming structural isomers. The simplest isomer of an azane is the one in which the nitrogen atoms are arranged in a single chain with no branches. This isomer is known as the n-isomer.
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