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    The ammonium cation is a positively-charged polyatomic ion with the chemical formula NH + 4 or [NH 4] +. It is formed by the protonation of ammonia (NH 3). Ammonium is also a general name for positively charged or protonated substituted amines and quaternary ammonium cations ([NR 4] +), where one or more hydrogen atoms are replaced by organic groups (indicated by R).

  2. › compound › ammoniumAmmonium | H4N+ - PubChem

    Ammonium (8CI,9CI) Ammonia, ion (NH41+) DTXSID5043974 CHEBI:28938 CHEBI:29352 [NH4]+ AKOS015914233 [NH4] (+) N (+) Ammonium standard solution (100 ppm NH4) C01342 Q190901 Ammonium Standard: NH4+ @ 100 microg/mL in H2O Q27110020 Q27110023 Q27110026 Q27110062 Ammonium Ion Chromatography Standard in H2O,Ammonium-NH4 (+) @100microg/mL 6684-80-6 PubChem

  3. How to Write the Formula for Ammonium ion Wayne Breslyn 623K subscribers 7.7K views 2 years ago Because the Ammonium ion is a polyatomic ion (the group of non-metals after the metal) we'll...

  4. Jan 30, 2023 · The formula for ammonia is \ (NH3\). The molecular formula is derived from the chemical structure of ammonia, which has three hydrogen atoms and a trigonal pyramidal shape. On the other hand, the nitrogen atom has a single electron pair. Ammonia reacts with carbon dioxide at 200∘C200∘C and an atmospheric pressure of 200200 to produce urea.

  5. Ammonium is a polyatomic cation with a chemical formula NH 4+. A cation is an electron-deficient species that carries a positive charge. A polyatomic ion, also known as a molecular ion, is a covalently bonded set of two or more atoms or a metal complex that can be thought of as a single unit and has a net charge that is greater than zero.

  6. ammonium hydroxide, also called ammonia solution, ammonia water, aqueous ammonia, or aqua ammonia, solution of ammonia gas in water, a common commercial form of ammonia. It is a colourless liquid with a strong characteristic odour. In concentrated form, ammonium hydroxide can cause burns on contact with the skin; ordinary household ammonia, used as a cleanser, is actually dilute ammonium hydroxide.

  7. Ammonium chloride ( (NH4)Cl) ammoniumchloride NH4Cl Amchlor Ammoneric 01Q9PC255D Ammoniumklorid Chlorammonic Salammonite Ammonchlor Chloramon Elektrolyt Sal ammonia Ammon Chlor Ammonii Chloridum Ammonium Chloratum Cloruro de Amonio Muriate of Ammonia Gen-Diur (Spain) Ammonium chloride fume Chlorammonic [France] Chlorid amonny [Czech]

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