using nitrogen tri-ioide as a fuel

nitrogen tri-iodide is a chemical that acts as nitroglycerin when it's dry, but when it's wet it' completely stable, this gives us the ability to manipulate it's condition to our favor.
A research has proposed the mechanism that would harness this source of energy and it showed that it gives out three times as much as energy as gasoline, it's half the price, it's environmentally friendly as there are no carbon emissions & it's renewable, some people might wonder how it could be used as the chemical is a solid and it's not possible to dry an object all of a sudden, also the exhaust of the reaction contains iodine gas which is poisonous. All the previous obstacles where overcome, as a solid fuel injection system was made, a specific ignition mechanism was also developed as a recycling system for the iodine gas so it can be re-used in synthesis of nitrogen tri-iodide....

With all these benefits why isn't anyone looking into the subject???!!!!

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Absolutely not. It does NOT act as nitroglycerin when dry, as it is much, much more sensitive than nitroglycerin. You can't synthesize much more than an incredibly small amount, or else it will detonate under its own weight.

You also contradict yourself when you say it is environmentally friendly yet produces a poisonous gas.

I VERY HIGHLY doubt its energy density is even remotely close to that of gasoline. I would love to see where you got that information from. Based on the number of atoms and types of bonds in the molecule, I doubt nitrogen triiodide can touch TNT in terms of power, and TNT has less than 1/10th of the energy density of gasoline. Explosives are useful because they release their energy very quickly, not because they have a lot of it.

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