Nitrogen forms hundreds of organic compounds. Nitro compounds are obtained by nitration, the reaction between nitric acid and an organic compound. Most of them are derived from ammonia, cyanogen, hydrogen cyanide, and nitrous or nitric acid. Nitro groups such as amines, amino acids and amides are derived from ammonia. Nitroglycerin and nitrocellulose are esters of nitric acid. Nitrites are derived from nitrous acid (HNO2). Nitroso compounds are obtained by the action of nitrous acid on an organic compound. Search on www.aablocks.com for wide variety of nitrogen-containing organic compounds such as Amidates, Amines Salts and Oxides, Polyamines, Azides, Aziridines, Azo/Diazo Compounds, Nitriles, Guanidines, Hydrazines, Hydrazones, Hydroxylamines, Imines, Isocyanates, Isocyanides, Nitro and Nitroso Compounds, Nitrates, Oximes, Other Nitrogen Compounds.