Problem: Each of the following compounds has three possible names listed for it. For each compound, what is the correct name and why aren’t the other names used?a. N2O: nitrogen oxide, nitrogen(I) oxide, dinitrogen monoxide

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Each of the following compounds has three possible names listed for it. For each compound, what is the correct name and why aren’t the other names used?
a. N2O: nitrogen oxide, nitrogen(I) oxide, dinitrogen monoxide

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