In some aquatic ecosystems, nitrate (NO3 ) is converted to nitrite (NO2), which then decomposes to nitrogen and water. As an example of this second reaction, consider the decomposition of ammonium nitrite: NH NO2(ag) N2(g)+2H20(1) 1st attempt See Hint See Periodic Table What would be the change in pressure in a sealed 10.0 L vessel due to the formation of N2 gas when the ammonium nitrite in 1.00 L of 0.600 M NH4NO2 decomposes at 25.0°C? atm

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In some aquatic ecosystems, nitrate (NO3 ) is converted to nitrite (NO2), which then decomposes to nitrogen and water. As an example of this second
reaction, consider the decomposition of ammonium nitrite:
NH NO2(ag) N2(g)+2H20(1)
1st attempt
See Hint
See Periodic Table
What would be the change in pressure in a sealed 10.0 L vessel due to the formation of N2 gas when the ammonium nitrite in 1.00 L of
0.600 M NH4NO2 decomposes at 25.0°C?
atm
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In some aquatic ecosystems, nitrate (NO3 ) is converted to nitrite (NO2), which then decomposes to nitrogen and water. As an example of this second reaction, consider the decomposition of ammonium nitrite: NH NO2(ag) N2(g)+2H20(1) 1st attempt See Hint See Periodic Table What would be the change in pressure in a sealed 10.0 L vessel due to the formation of N2 gas when the ammonium nitrite in 1.00 L of 0.600 M NH4NO2 decomposes at 25.0°C? atm

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