Ammonia (gas) - CAS # 7664-41-7

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CAS 7664-41-7 - Ammonia as Nitrogen

Chemical Name:  Ammonia (gas)

Chemical Formula:  H3N

CAS Number:  7664-41-7

EC Number (EINECS):  231-635-3

Synonyms:  Ammonia gas;Nitro-Sil;Spirit of Hartshorn;NH3;Ammonia, anhydrous;Anhydrous ammonia;Aromatic Ammonia, Vaporole

Appearance:  colourless gas with a penetrating, suffocating odour

Melting Point:  -77.7 C

Boiling Point:  -33.3 C

Vapor Density:  0.89 g/l

Vapor Pressure:  0.597

Flash Point:  11 C

Explosion Limits:  16% - 25%

Water Solubility:  High

Stability:  Stable. Hygroscopic. Flammable. Incompatible with acids, strong oxidizing agents. May react violently with acids, aldehydes, alkylene oxides, amides, boron, boron halides, calcium, chlorine azide, chloric acid, chlorine monoxide, chlorites, halogens, heavy metals and many other materials - check the complete data sheet before use!

Molecular Weight:  17.03056

Alternate Names:  Ammonia as Nitrogen | Ammonia as Nitrogen, Total | NH3N

Department:  Wet

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Related Analytes (Ammonia (gas)):
Ammoniated mercuric chloride    Ammonia-D3    Borane-ammonia complex    Acetaldehyde ammonia trimer   

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