- Cleaning agents
- Acid neutralizer
- Chemical fertilizer
- Furniture darkening
Liquor ammonia, also known as aqueous ammonia and ammonium hydroxide (NH4OH) is a water solution with anhydrous ammonia made with varying concentrations, a wide variety of grades including commercial grade, laboratory grade.
Grade: Analytical Reagent, Laboratory Ragent, Commercial, Analytical Grade, Food Grade
Capacities: 10, 16, 24, 29 MT
Capacities: 25L, 35L, 50L
Capacities: 100L, 200L, 220L, 235L
Capacities: 20 Mts - 21 Mts
Liquor ammonia is a saturated solution of ammonia in water. Concentration of ammonia can vary anywhere between 0 to 30%.
Liquor ammonia is used in industries inclusive of, but not limited to, chemicals, rubber, biotechnology, pharamceuticals, pollution control, waste water treatment, paints, cold storage, etc.
Ammonia (NH3) is in a gas phase, Liquor Ammonia (NH4OH) is ammonia (NH3) in water (H2O).
Liquor ammonia is made by carrying out an exothermic reaction of ammonia and water in a temperature controlled reactor.
Ammonia solution is said to be a weak base. This is because the ammonia's nitrogen atom has an electron pair that easily accepts a proton.
Common names of liquor ammonia are ammonia liquor, aqueous ammonia, ammonium hydroxide, ammonia solution.
Yes. It causes burning pain in mouth, throat, and stomach, constriction of throat and coughing, followed by vomiting of blood. Very high levels of ammonia can damage the lungs or cause death.
No, it is not safe to drink because ingestion of the liquid may result in irritation or corrosive damage of the mouth, throat and stomach which may lead to nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and in some cases collapse, shock or death.
Liquor Ammonia can be used for fertilizer production, ammonia present in it has major use, roughly 80% of the annual produced ammonia is used to make fertilizers.
880 Ammonia is another uncommon name for Liquor Ammonia because the specific gravity of Liquor Ammonia is 880 kg/cubic meter.
pH of Liquor Ammonia is around 11-12.