nitrous acid

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ni·trous ac·id

(nī'trŭs as'id),
HNO2; a standard biologic and clinical laboratory reagent.

nitrous acid

/ni·trous ac·id/ (ni´trus) a weak acid, HNO2, existing only in aqueous solution.

nitrous acid (HNO2)

a weak acid and clinical laboratory reagent formed by the action of strong acids on inorganic nitrites. An aqueous solution of nitrous acid gradually decomposes into nitric oxide and nitric acid.

ni·trous ac·id

(nī'trŭs as'id)
A standard biologic and clinical laboratory reagent.

ni·trous ac·id

(HNO2) (nī'trŭs as'id)
A standard biologic and clinical laboratory reagent.

nitrous acid,

HNO2, a standard chemical reagent used in biologic and clinical laboratories.