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Footnotes:

Makes up around 79% of the gases in the air.

Used to make ammonia gas, which in turn is used to make explosives and fertilizers.

Used in light bulbs and thermometers because it is not reactive.

Also used as the atmosphere in rooms where explosives are stored.

 

 

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The Properties of Gases

 

Nitrogen gas

Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Nitrogen gas

Colour

Colourless

Odour

Odourless

Density compared to air (heavier or lighter)

Same as air

Solubility in water

Slightly soluble

Burning

Does not support combustion.

Moist pH paper

No reaction

Red rose petals

No reaction

Specific test

None

 

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