Ammonia, NH3 in its pure state and under usual environmental conditions, ammonia exists as a colourless, pungent-smelling gas. It is alkaline, caustic and an irritant. Under high pressure, ammonia can be stored as a liquid. It is highly soluble in water. It reacts with acids to form ammonium salts.

-see also:
"Ammonia" is in the HS Code "2814.20"
  - - Ammonia in aqueous solution

"Ammonia" is in the UNSPSC Code "12142103"
Ref: 86411/2006-09-14

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Lexicon from 'Air-zinc' until 'Ammonia, NH3'
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