Chemistry

is this a catalyst

NH2NO2 + OH <==> H2O + NHNO-2
NHNO-2----> N2O(g) + OH-

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  1. Actually I think more specifics are required; however, it appears to be a catalyst since the OH^- is used but regenerated in the next reaction. You have missed a negative sign on the OH^- in the first equation.

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  2. NH2NO2+OH-->I need to help in this equation ... the full mecanism of nitramid with oH catalyst

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