What are the empirical and molecular formulas for nitrogen oxide?

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Nov 27, 2016

Answer:

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Explanation:

it doesn't exist only one nitrogen oxide, in spite of that nitrogen and oxygen have a hard time reacting, and fortunately because these oxides are all toxic. At hight temperature N2 and O2 can form a little amount of NO (monoxide of azote) that for Kinetic reasons, by quickly cooling the temperature turns in NO2 (dioxide of azote) that at a temperature around 0° C turns in N2O4 (tatraoxide of Diazote). It exist also N2O (monoxide of diazote) while N2O3 and N2O5 (the nitrous and nitric anhydrides) that you use theorically to build acids, exist only in traces in water solutions