Why is N2 is less reactive …

Why is N2 is less reactive at eoom temperature
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Divya Pratap Singh 1 year, 11 months ago

The reason is triple bond between two bondes nitrogen atom and the bond dissociation enthalpy of triple bond of nitrogen is very high (i.e approximately 915KJ ) due to the presence of triple bond . Therefore, N2 less reactive at room temperature. We can also say that N2 acts as inert ga s at room temperature.

Altaf Raja Khan 1 year, 11 months ago

Triple bond

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