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Not every reaction can be balanced. What you wrote is one of these cases without an answer. Compare http://www.chembuddy.com/?left=balancing-stoichiometry&right=balancing-failureAs I suggested earlier, most likely it should be NH4NO2, not NH3NO2.
NoFINAL EQUATIONS ISNH3 + H+ + NO2- ---> N2 + 4 H2OBut above it was written there was no negative Charge on NO2So the reduction would be 2 NO2 + 8 H+ + 8 e- => N2 + 4 H2O8 NH3 => 4 N2 + 24 e- + 24 H+ 6 NO2 + 24 H+ + 24 e- => 3 N2 + 12 H2OFinal would be:8 NH3 + 6 NO2 => 7 N2 + 12 H2O
Okay, I misread the equation. There is no negative charge. It was just a stray mark on my paper
8 NH3 + 6 NO2 => 7 N2 + 12 H2O
I'm not sure if I'm right, but I got8NH3 + 14NO2 + 32H+ -> 11N2 + 28H2O
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