Answer to Question #78615 in Inorganic Chemistry for Sabbath

Question #78615
Why is hydrogen not usually prepared by reacting trioxonitrate (v) with metals
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2018-06-27T05:42:45-0400
Answer:
Trioxonitrate (v) acid is highly oxidizing and hence forms a protective thin continuous layer of the metallic oxide which prevents further reaction.

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