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When excess of ammonia is died with chlorine


Answered by hritiksingh1


Pure chlorine gas may react vigorously with ammonia gas . An excessive mix of the two gases in air can produce hazardous compounds such as nitrogen trichloride . Ammonia reacts with excess of chlorine to form NC13 and HCl .

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