N2O3 is dinitrogen trioxide.
One name is dinitrogen trioxide.
This compound is dinitrogen trioxide.
N2O3 - Dinitrogen trioxide
Dinitrogen trioxide is the chemical compound with the formula N2O3.
The correct name is dinitrogen trioxide.
Its standard name is, Nitrogen(III) Oxide.
Dinitrogen Trioxide: N2O3
N2O3 is not an ionic compound.
N2O3 is a covalently bonded compound, since neither nitrogen nor oxygen is a metal or semi-metal.
The oxide N2O3 has a lower percent of mass nitrogen.
The common name of this molecular compound is nitrogen trioxide and the systematic name is Nitrogen(III) Oxide.
its N2O3 and i think its covalent
Di-nitrogen tri-oxide is this compound's name.
The correct name for the compound CoCl3 is cobalt III chloride.
1 mole N2O3 = 76.0116g N2O3 (atomic weights x subscripts) 1 mole N2O3 = 6.022 x 1023 molecules N2O3 75g N2O3 x (1mol N2O3/76.0116g N2O3) = 0.99mol N2O3 0.99mol N2O3 x (6.022 x 1023 molecules N2O3/1mol N2O3) = 6.0 x 1023 molecules N2O3