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Copper metal dissolves in concentrated trioxonitrate(V)acid with the resultant evolution of

Copper metal dissolves in concentrated trioxonitrate(V)acid with the resultant evolution of
Question asked by: ezekielil1

Asked on: 16 Jun 2009

Well maybe it is ozone gas, as the nitrogen and copper will presumably form some sort of copper salt, presumably leaving lots of oxygen around - if there are three, then ozone is 03 which makes me think the answer might be ozone.
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Replied at: 21 Jun 2009
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