Why is atmospheric nitrogen is havier than chemical nitrogen
Asked by aryanmishra2266 | 16th Dec, 2018, 08:34: PM
The chemical nitrogen is a single atom which is very unstable energetic.
While atmospheric nitrogen is a diatomic molecule with two nitrogen atoms.
As we know two atoms will heavier than single atom Hence atmospheric nitrogen is heavier than chemical nitrogen.
Answered by Ramandeep | 17th Dec, 2018, 12:06: PM
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