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Hi I would like to have information about what happens when Hydrogen chloride reacts with nitric acid as well as its balanced equation and the Product Identification and Kinetics of Reactions of HCl with Nitric Acid?
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Hydrogen chloride reacts with nitric acid to create nitric oxide, chlorine as well as water. Hydrogen chloride as well as nitric acid - concentrated solutions. This reaction takes place at a temperature of 100-150C.

Hydrogen Chloride react with Nitric Acid

6HCl + 2HNO3 2NO + 3Cl2 + 4H2O

Balanced Equation:

3 HCl + 2 HNO3 = 3 HOCl + 2 NO + H2O

Product Identification and Kinetics of Reactions of HCl with Nitric Acid

The gas-stage results of the response between HNO3/H2SO4/H2O corrosive arrangements and HCl were recognized utilizing IR and UV−Vis spectroscopy and substance ionization mass spectrometry.

The significant results of the response were Cl2 and ClNO, with quantifiable measures of ClNO2 some of the time display. On the premise of quantitative item yield conclusions, the general proposed response is 3HCl + HNO3 → Cl2 + ClNO + 2H2O.

Active investigations were additionally performed and the response was found to take after a moment arrange rate law:  Rate = k[HCl][HNO3]. On the premise of the items and intermediates watched and the rate law, a component is proposed which includes the NO2+ particle as the key responsive species.

The rate of the response is appeared to depend emphatically on the aggregate corrosive grouping of the arrangement and temperature-subordinate investigations were likewise performed.

The potential centrality of this response in association with stratospheric ozone consumption is assessed by utilizing the sythesis and temperature reliance of the rate to evaluate the chlorine initiation rate at polar stratospheric conditions.
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