Khác biệt giữa các bản “Nitơ monooxit”

*Khi gặp [[ôxy]], NO chuyển thành [[điôxít nitơ]].
:: 2 NO + O<sub>2</sub> → 2 NO<sub>2</sub>
 
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:This conversion has been speculated as occurring via the ONOONO intermediate. In water, NO reacts with oxygen and water to form HNO<sub>2</sub> or [[nitrous acid]]. The reaction is thought to proceed via the following [[stoichiometry]]:
:: 4 NO + O<sub>2</sub> + 2 H<sub>2</sub>O → 4 HNO<sub>2</sub>
 
* NO will react with [[fluorine]], [[chlorine]], and [[bromine]] to form the XNO species, known as the nitrosyl halides, such as [[nitrosyl chloride]]. Nitrosyl iodide can form but is an extremely short lived species and tends to reform I<sub>2</sub>.
:: 2 NO + Cl<sub>2</sub> → 2 NOCl
*[[Nitroxyl]] (HNO) is the reduced form of nitric oxide.
 
*Nitric oxide reacts with [[acetone]] and an [[alkoxide]] to a ''diazeniumdiolate'' or ''nitrosohydroxylamine'' and [[Methyl acetate]]:<ref>''Ueber Synthesen stickstoffhaltiger Verbindungen mit Hülfe des Stickoxyds'' [[Justus Liebig's Annalen der Chemie]] Volume 300, Issue 1, Date: '''1898''', Pages: 81&ndash;128 [[Wilhelm Traube]] {{DOI|10.1002/jlac.18983000108}}</ref>
 
:[[Image:TraubeReaction.svg|400px|Traube reaction]]
 
:This is a very old reaction (1898) but of interest today in NO [[prodrug]] research. Nitric oxide can also react directly with sodium methoxide, forming [[sodium formate]] and [[nitrous oxide]].<ref>''Nitric Oxide Reacts with Methoxide'' Frank DeRosa, Larry K. Keefer, and Joseph A. Hrabie [[J. Org. Chem.]] '''2008''', 73, 1139&ndash;1142 {{DOI|10.1021/jo7020423}}</ref>
 
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