-495 kJ/mol -495 kJ/mol
2Ag(s)+1/2N2(g)+3/2 O2(g) > AgNO3
The enthalpy of solution of potassium nitrate is +34.9kJ/mol.
no, it wouldn't calcium is above magnesium in the reactivity series which means that magnesium can't oxidize calcium. calcium can oxidize magnesium so calcium would react with magnesium nitrate with formation of metallic magnesium and calciumnitrate.
The most likely reaction is the formation of magnesium nitrate, carbon dioxide, and water.
magnesium + aluminum nitrate ---> magnesium nitrate + aluminum
Aluminum and Magnesium Nitrate
Copper nitrate doesn't react with magnesium nitrate; the solution contain ions of copper, magnesium and nitrate.
Magnesium Nitrate is used only as an explosive
You don't: Magnesium nitrate is already neutral!
Yes it does to form Magnesium Nitrate + Silver.