Nitrogen trihydride has the chemical formula NH3. It consists of a single nitrogen atom and three hydrogen atoms; these atoms are chemically bonded together.
Nitrogen trihydride, or NH3, is a covalent compound with a single nitrogen atom linked to three hydrogen atoms. It is also commonly known as ammonia. It has no color, but has a pungent smell. It is also highly soluble in water. Nitrogen trihydride has a wide range of useful applications; it is used in manufacturing a number of nitrogen-based organic and inorganic chemicals, plastics, explosives, textiles and fertilizers. It can also be used as a refrigerant and solvent.