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Nitrous oxide gas (systematic name: dinitrogen mo­no­xide) is used

by some dental practitioners as an anesthetic. Nitrous oxide (and water vapor as by-product) can be produced in small quantities in the laboratory by careful heating of ammonium nitrate. Write the unbalanced chemical equation for this reaction.

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