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What Is The State Of Nitrogen At Room Temperature?

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Nitrogen is a gas at almost all times its a gas at room temp because its most air and you breath it so.....
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Nitrogen, with chemical formula N2, is a non-metallic element found in the gaseous state at room temperature. It is represented by the symbol 'N' and has an atomic number of 7 in the periodic table. Molecular Nitrogen is bound by a trivalent bond which is one of the strongest in nature.

Although a gas at room temperature, Nitrogen condenses under atmospheric pressure at a temperature of 77K and freezes at a temperature of 63K. In the liquid state, Nitrogen looks very similar to water, but has 81 per cent of the density.

Nitrogen is one of the primary constituents of the atmosphere enveloping the earth, as the atmosphere consists of approximately 78 per cent Nitrogen. In fact, along with being present in the atmosphere, Nitrogen also exists in all live tissues as proteins, nucleic acids and other molecules.
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Gas
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I think the state of room temperature for nitrogen is 77k  or 66k at freezing point

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