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# How do you balance this equation N2O O2 NO2?

2(N2O)+3(O2)=4(NO2)

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## Related Questions

The chemical equation is:N2H4 + 3 O2 = 2 NO2 + 2 H2O

The reactions are:N2 + O2 = 2 NO2 NO + O2 = 2 NO2

that depends on the product. For example, if you are using synthes to make nitrate (NO3), then the balanced equasion is: NO + O2 --&gt; NO3 for NO2, the balanced equasion would be: 2(NO) + O2 --&gt; 2(NO2).

2NO + O2 --&gt; NO2 is not balanced. There are two nitrogen atoms on the left and only one on the right. There are four oxygen atoms on the left and only one on the right. The correct balanced equation is 2NO + O2 --&gt; 2NO2.

First, capitalization matters in chemistry. The proper formula for nitrogen monoxide (nitric oxide) is NO. No is the symbol for the element nobelium. The balanced equation is 2NO + O2 --&gt; 2NO2

H2.He,Kr,Ne,Ar,Xe,Rd,O2,N2,NO,NO2,N2O,CO2,SO2,H2S,SO3

2H2O2 ==&gt; 2H2O + O2 the equation is balanced

The next logical step in balancing the equation would be to change the subscript of the nitrogen molecule to a one.

Balanced equation 2KNO3 --&gt; 2KNO2 + O2

N2O5 yields N2O4 +O2 into.. 2N2O5 yields 2N2O4 +O2

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