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1912, 155, 582, 1495. NITROUS ACID 47 that so far as the first reaction was concerned, an increase in pressure of nitric oxide, or a decrease in temperature, favoured the formation of nitrous acid, as would be expected. Veley 1 has also examined the reaction, and finds t h a t at equilibrium the ratio of nitric to nitrous acid HNO, _ HNO S The factors influencing the decomposition of nitrous acid in aqueous solution have been examined in detail by Knox and Eeid, 2 who determined the influence of such factors as surface and agitation, excess of air, temperature, and presence of nitric acid.

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