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|mercury||dinitrogen tetroxide||Mercury(II) nitrate; Mercuric nitrate; Nitric acid mercury; Dinitric acid mercury(II) salt||nitrogen monoxide|
|Nguyên - Phân tử khối (g/mol)|
|Khối lượng (g)|
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Explanation: The ideal environmental conditions for a reaction, such as temperature, pressure, catalysts, and solvent. Catalysts are substances that speed up the pace (velocity) of a chemical reaction without being consumed or becoming part of the end product. Catalysts have no effect on equilibrium situations.
In a full sentence, you can also say Hg (mercury) reacts with N2O4 (dinitrogen tetroxide) and produce Hg(NO3)2 (Mercury(II) nitrate; Mercuric nitrate; Nitric acid mercury; Dinitric acid mercury(II) salt) and NO (nitrogen monoxide)
This equation does not have any specific information about phenomenon.
In this case, you just need to observe to see if product substance NO (nitrogen monoxide), appearing at the end of the reaction.
Or if any of the following reactant substances N2O4 (dinitrogen tetroxide), disappearing
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mercuryHg + S → HgS 3Hg + 8HNO3 → 4H2O + 3Hg(NO3)2 + 2NO 2H2SO4 + Hg → 2H2O + SO2 + HgSO4 View all equations with Hg as reactant
dinitrogen tetroxideMg + 2N2O4 → Mg(NO3)2 + 2NO Cu + 2N2O4 → Cu(NO3)2 + 2NO 3N2O4 + Bi → 3NO + Bi(NO3)3 View all equations with N2O4 as reactant
dinitrogen tetroxide4NH4NO3 → 8H2O + 3N2 + N2O4 2NO2 → N2O4 O2 + 2N2O3 → 2N2O4 View all equations with N2O4 as product