Nitrogen (I) oxide is produced by

Options :
  1. thermal decomposition of ammonium nitrate
  2. diproportionation of N2O4
  3. Thermal decompostion of ammonium nitrite
  4. interaction of hydroxyl amine and nitrous acid

Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 4


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