i want to know if the reaction between H2SO4 and NH4OH produces ammonia..
hey can you help me out? i want to know if the reaction between H2SO4 and NH4OH produces ammonia.. ? :S plz! lol
Looks like it'd be a basic neutralization reaction, producing ammonia sulfate and water as products. I suppose that'd leave a little ammonia from the ammonia sulfate dissociating in solution, but other than that, no, it's not going to like, give off gaseous ammonia.
no, they produce ammonium sulphate (a salt)
this reaction is used to make fertilizer.
If you have some NH4OH you already have a solution of ammonia in water. Simply heating this solution will give you ammonia.
NH4OH --> NH3 + H2O
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Sulfuric acid acidifies your system and protonates any ammonia that is formed.
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