Is ammonia soluble in water?
Ammonia is soluble in water. The result is a caustic liquid similar to, but not as strong as caustic soda, and it has a strong smell. If you place some on your skin, it feels slimy. This is because it changes some of the fats on your skin to soap. "Cloudy ammonia" is often used as a cleaner, it's basically a solution of ammonia in water.
It is highly water soluble (hydrophillic) related to it's polarity. It is a polar molecule, meaning it has a partial negative and a partial positive side, and therefore the negative portion of ammonia (Nitrogen) would attract the positive portion of of water (hydrogen), and the positive portion of ammonia (hydrogen) would attract the negative portion of water (oxygen).
Ammonia is a gas that is highly soluble in water. When in solution with water, ammonia becomes ammonium hydroxide, which is strongly basic. The pH of the solution depends on the concentration of ammonium hydroxide, temperature, etc. I happen to think its about 11.5 Dude, yer wrong - its 11.6 definitely.
Water-soluble compounds are also known as hydrophilic compounds. These compounds have an affinity for water and are dissolved easily in it. Common examples are Ammonia, Sodium Chloride, Hydrogen Chloride. Most polar compounds like HCl are hydrophilic as they split into ions as they are mixed with water.
There isn't one. The ammonia becomes less soluble in water as the temperature raises until eventually it all comes out of solution, but that's not a "boiling point" in the normal sense of the word. The boiling point of an aqueous solution of ammonia is basically the boiling point of the water modified by its colligative properties (as it would be for any other solute).