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Posted by jackie on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 2:23am.

If the system below is at equilibrium in a closed vessel and a small amount of nitrous acid [HNO2()] is added, what would be expected to happen?
HN3() + 2 H2O() + heat N2H4() + HNO2()
hydrazoic hydrazine nitrous
acid acid

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