Ammonia's chemical formula is NH3. Composed of nitrogen and hydrogen, this colorless gas has a molar mass of 17.03 g/mol (grams/mole). More » Science Chemistry

Ammonia is the chemical name for the molecular formula NH3, which is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen. It is also known by the name azane. More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules

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The chemical formula NH3 describes the compound ammonia, also known as azane. Pure ammonia is a colorless, pungent smelling gas at room temperature and standard atmospheric pressure. It is a caustic and hazardous compoun... More » Science Chemistry

The molar mass of NH3, which is the chemical formula for ammonia, is about 17.03 grams per mole. The molar mass of a compound is calculated by finding the atomic mass per mole of each atom in the compound and adding them... More » Science Chemistry

The chemical formula for Windex is NH3, which has the chemical name, ammonia. Windex is the trademark name of a glass-cleaning product owned by SC Johnson, as of 2014. More » Science Chemistry Solutions & Mixtures

In the equation H2 + N2 → NH3, the reactants are both H2 and N2. In this equation, the two reactants of hydrogen and nitrogen react to form ammonia gas. In a chemical equation, the components on the left side are the rea... More » Science Chemistry