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What is the chemical name for Nh3?

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The chemical that is designated with the chemical notation of Nh3 is ammonia. Ammonia is a colorless gas at room temperature that has a strong, suffocating odor. In its liquid form, which is commonly used in refrigerants, ammonia is colorless or clear and does not contain any visible impurities.

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Ammonia dissolves in water, is corrosive and contains alkaline properties. Ammonia is primarily transported as a compressed liquid in steel containers and is not very flammable but may ignite if exposed to high temperatures. Exposure to small amounts of ammonia in the air can cause irritation to the skin, eyes and lungs, while being exposed to higher amounts and for longer periods of time, ammonia can cause pulmonary congestion, excessive coughing, difficulty with breathing and even death.

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