Nitric-14N acid solution

~10 N in H2O, 99.99 atom % 14N

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isotopic purity

99.99 atom % 14N

mol wt

63.01 by atom % calculation


~10 N in H2O


120.5 °C (lit.)


1.400 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)

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