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AMMONIUM CHLORIDE FOG FORMATION<br />
Open Bottle of Ammonium Hydroxide (NH3OH)<br />
The stopper of a reagent bottle  of Ammonium Hydroxide ( NH3OH) is removed. The reaction between gaseous Ammonia (NH3) escaping from the aqueous solution & Chlorine ions in the vicinity  forms a white fog of solid NH4Cl. Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases

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AMMONIUM CHLORIDE FOG FORMATION
Open Bottle of Ammonium Hydroxide (NH3OH)
The stopper of a reagent bottle of Ammonium Hydroxide ( NH3OH) is removed. The reaction between gaseous Ammonia (NH3) escaping from the aqueous solution & Chlorine ions in the vicinity forms a white fog of solid NH4Cl. Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases

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