I'm busy with a science fair presentation, per se. It's not really a science fair as it's more analytical and serious as we will have to stand up and defend our projects against a committee including some very knowledgeable scientists for possible advancement to a regional competition.
I have chosen to make a presentation about the synthesis of nitrogen triiodide. Nobody has ever done anything similar and a fair step up from boring "nitrate concentrations in local water wells".
This though requires some sort of possible real world application, may it be thought up and drawn out, but logical or an actual practical/industrial application.
Anyone know anything about it? To be exact, possible or real practical/industrial applications of nitrogen triiodide to suffice it's synthesis, apart from sick gnarly lab experiments. Thanks