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Any idea about difference b/w fuming HNO3 and HNO3
While the pure acid tends to give off white fumes when exposed to air, acid with dissolved nitrogen dioxide gives off reddish-brown vapours, leading to the common name "red fuming acid" or "fuming nitric acid". Fuming nitric acid is also referred to as 16-molar nitric acid –– as the most concentrated form of nitric acid at Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP).
"equal = equal "
Like, how it reacts with oxide and metal...
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