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How many mixture is there in nitrogen?

How many mixture is there in nitrogen

Nitrogen may be a component - it comprises only one kind of atom.

It exist as a diatomic molecule N-N (I can’t draw a triple bond).

A molecule is an reasonably stable assembled of atoms which is electrically neutral. The atoms are often the same (N-N) or different (H-O-H), which they're often few in number (N-N) or big in number.


Compounds are made up of quite one kind of atom. The ratios of the atoms is fixed naturally . If you add an oxygen atom to a molecule of CO, you get CO2 which may be a completely different molecule.

How many mixture is there in nitrogen

Mixtures are made up quite one kind of atom. they're made from two or more, elements or compounds, or elements and compounds. The ratio of the atoms aren't fixed naturally . If you add more water to salt water, you get less salty water.

Liquid nitrogen is a solution of alcohol that has been cooled down by mixing it with dry ice that has a temperature of -109°F. The dry ice cools the solution until it is a very cold slurry. it is a 70% solution of rubbing alcohol mixed with water, it gets to about -28°F. I talk about the safety related liquid nitrogen and then I go over how to make the solution. You first broke up dry ice and pour it into a container. Then you pour in the rubbing alcohol and mix until it forms a cold slurry. You can soak whatever objects you want to freeze in the solution.

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