Nitrogen Oxidizing properties at high temperature

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DiNitrogen is very unreactive due to the tripple bond it has, but what happens if it heated to very high temperature and bonds are broken? does it start behaving as a strong oxidiser. I could not find iinformation on at which temperature this happens but lets assume 3500K in a Tunston reactor chamber in a presurised environment with an antireducing coating, will it start disolving the anti reducing coating?
 
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Borek
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At 6000 K any coating will evaporate, so the presence of nitrogen is the least of your concerns.
 
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Alright, lets change that, a Tunston reaction chamber with anti reducing coating heating Nitrogen 3500K, will the Nitrogen dissove the anti reducing coating
 

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