Magnesium Nitride with Water?

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Magnesium nitrite is an inorganic compound produced by heating magnesium and nitrogen. Magnesium nitride reacts with water by accepting proton from water. These reactions results to formation of ammonia gas.
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It accepts an Proton(H. form Water forming OH. ions. This ions reacts with Mg. 2+ ions to produce Mg(OH) 2. and the H+ is used to release NH. 3. (Ammonia)
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Yeah, it's Mg3N2 + 3H2O - 3Mg(OH)2 + 2NH3. Wanna hear an interesting story? I didn't know this reaction existed, but I suspected it, and I asked my chem teacher about it. I was told
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Magnesium nitride has been reacted with water in a decomposition reaction to
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Molecular formula for magnesium nitride is Mg3N2. Molar mass, 100.9494 g/mol.
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