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(a) a nitrate of metal which on heating does not give nitrogen dioxide.

(b) a nitrate which on heating leaves no residue behind.

(c) a metal nitrate which on heating is changed into metal oxide.

(d) a metal nitrate which on heating is changed into metal.

(e) a solution which absorbs nitric oxide.

(f) the oxide of nitrogen which turns brown on exposure to air. How is it prepared ?


Solution

(a) Sodium nitrate 
2NaNO3heat2NaNO2+O2

(b) A nitrate which on heating leaves no residue behind- Ammonium nitrate. 

(c) A metal nitrate which on heating is changed into metal oxide- Calcium nitrate 

(d) A metal nitrate which on heating is changed into metal- Silver nitrate 

(e) A solution which absorbs nitric oxide- Freshly prepared ferrous sulphate 

(f) The oxide of nitrogen which turns brown on exposure to air. -  NO combines with Oxygen when exposed to air to give NO2 which is brown in colour.

4NH3(g)+5O2(g)4NO(g)+6H2O(l)

2NO+O22NO2
 


Chemistry
Concise Chemistry
Standard X

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