Ammonium chlorate is an inorganic compound prepared through the neutralization of chloric acid with ammonium carbonate or ammonia. It can also be obtained by the precipitation of calcium, strontium or barium chlorate with ammonium sulfate or ammonium carbonate.
Ammonium chlorate is represented by the chemical formula NH4ClO3. This compound is soluble in water and crystallizes in small quantities. The subsequent crystallization looks like a needle. Further, it is insoluble in highly concentrated alcohol. It is a strong oxidizer and, therefore, should be kept away from inflammable materials. Ammonium chlorate putrefies violently at high temperatures, as it is an unstable oxidizer.