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Nitric acid can be obtained from ammonia via the formations of the intermediate compounds (A) Nitric oxides and nitrogen dioxides (B) Nitrogen and nitric oxides (C) Nitric oxide and dinitrogen pentoxide (D) Nitrogen and nitrous oxide

Nitric acid can be obtained from ammonia via the formations of the intermediate compounds
(A) Nitric oxides and nitrogen dioxides (B) Nitrogen and nitric oxides
(C) Nitric oxide and dinitrogen pentoxide (D) Nitrogen and nitrous oxide

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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Vikas TU
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