# Is there a stable and non-toxic hydro-nitrogen-oxygen compound that's liquid in room temperature?

Is there a stable (i.e. does not turn into other substance when stored in a bottle exposed to the elements or explode/combust spontaneously or under mechanical impact) compound that contains just $$\mathrm{N}$$, $$\mathrm{H}$$ and $$\mathrm{O}$$ but no $$\mathrm{C}$$ and is (a) either liquid or can exist as a high concentration ($$80\%+$$) water solution at the range of $$-50\,{}^\circ\mathrm{C}\sim+70\,{}^\circ\mathrm{C}$$ and (b) preferably non-toxic (c) combustible, but this seems to be usually implicit from its composition?

(Aside from $$\mathrm{N}\mathrm{H}_3$$, $$\mathrm{N}_2\mathrm{H}_4$$, $$\mathrm{H}\mathrm{N}\mathrm{O}_3$$, or $$\mathrm{N}\mathrm{H}_4\mathrm{N}\mathrm{O}_3$$ that is.)

• Why there is an [organic-chemistry] tag if you don't want to look into C-containing compounds?! Also, since there is [fuel] tag, does it mean it also should be a high-energy material? – andselisk Feb 5 at 15:08
• @andselisk the high-energy part is not a must. – Meatball Princess Feb 5 at 15:11
• Hydroxylamine in water - not explosive but there toxicity issues – Waylander Feb 5 at 15:24
• Ammonium nitrate is not an explosive on its own, it's a component of explosives. Nitric acid is unstable in a sense that concentrated solution is light-sensitive and is a strong oxidant. I'm afraid that's the best you can get. Probably it would be beneficial if you share what do you need the stuff for. – andselisk Feb 5 at 15:26
• @andselisk I'm just curious if there could exist a non-lh2, non-hydrazine jet/rocket fuel that produces absolutely no soot whatsoever. Energy density doesn't matter as long as it is not orders of magnitudes lower than kerosene. – Meatball Princess Feb 5 at 15:30