Dinitrogen tetra-oxide (N2O4) is a mixed anhydride because it

  1. A

    is a mixture of N2O3 and N2O5

  2. B

    decomposes into two oxides of nitrogen

  3. C

    reacts with water to form nitric acid

  4. D

    reacts with water to form two acids

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    Solution:

    The following acids are formed when it undergoes hydrolysis is the evidence that it is a mixed anhydride. HNO2 and HNO3

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