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Nitrogen oxides are chemical compounds consisting only of nitrogen and oxygen which may be interconverted in the atmosphere. The principal oxides of nitrogen are nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide.
Nitrite is an ion made up of one nitrogen and two oxygen atoms.
Nitrate is an ion made up of one nitrogen and three oxygen atoms.
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