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if you mix sodium chlorate with nitric acid , would you get sodium nitrate and hydrogen chlorate? Answered

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dciocoiu

10 years ago

if you mix it with hidrolic acid what would happen?

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mr.spacedciocoiu

Answer 10 years ago

or judgeing by your other misspelt words, incorrectly spelt

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mr.space

10 years ago

I'm not sure, But I think due to the hight acidity and reactivity of nitric acid you'd get sodium nitrate and chloric acid or alternatively you may get sodium nitrate, chlorine and oxygen produced, the oxygen would go into the atmosphere along with some of the chlorine, BUT some of the chlorine may dissolve in the water to give a mixture of hydrochloric and chloric acids. this is however beyond my very limited chemical knowledge, and neither theory may be correct.

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lemonie

10 years ago

As Kiteman has asked why?

And no, you wouldn't. 'Nitrate and perchloric acid perhaps, which is rather hazardous stuff - don't do it.

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Kiteman

10 years ago

You'd probaly get a mess... Sodium chlorate is listed "incompatible" with acids - mixing them can produce violent reactions or hazardous vapours and fumes. What are you actually trying to make or do?