Reaction of ammonia with hydrogen chloride

Reaction of ammonia with hydrogen chloride

Ammonium chloride is the result of the reaction of ammonia and hydrogen chloride

Chemistry

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Ammonia (NH₃)

Ammonia is a colourless gas with a characteristic pungent smell. Its solution in water is called ammonium hydroxide or household ammonia.

Ammonium ion (NH₄⁺)

A compound ion generated when a proton is added to an ammonia molecule.

Hydrogen chloride (HCl)

A colourless gas with a pungent odour, its solution in water is called hydrochloric acid.

Nitrogen (N₂) (intermediate)

A colourless, odourless, non-reactive gas, it constitutes 78.1% of Earth´s atmosphere.

Producing ammonia from nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas

Large-scale ammonia production requires high temperature and pressure and the presence of iron as a catalyst.

Reaction of zinc with hydrochloric acid

The dissolution of zinc in hydrochloric acid produces hydrogen gas.

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