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Reaction of manganese with nitric acid 


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Dilute nitric acid behaves as a typical acid in its reaction with most metals. Magnesium, manganese, and zinc liberate:

 Mg + 2 HNO3→ Mg(NH3)2+ H2

(Magnesium nitrate) ... The nitric oxide produced may react with atmospheric oxygen to give nitrogen dioxide.

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