Hydrogen and chlorine make hydrogen chloride.
There are two elements present in HCl. Namely they are hydrogen and chlorine.
These elements are carbon, hydrogen and chlorine.
Elements in ammonia = nitrogen and hydrogen Therefore the elements that are present in NH4Cl are nitrogen, hydrogen and chlorine.
Since hydrogen chloride is not an element but is, instead, formed by two elements, it does not have an atomic number. Only elements have atomic numbers.
Nitrogen Hydrogen and Chlorine
Ammonium chloride is a compound of nitrogen, hydrogen, and chlorine.
ammonium chloride is NH4Cl and there are three different elements nitrogen, hydrogen, chlorine
Hydrogen chloride is a binary compound.And it is binary because contain only two elements: hydrogen and chloride.
Nitrogen, hydrogen and chlorine.
Ammonium chloride is made up of nitrogen, hydrogen and chlorine.
There's three elements. I'm pretty sure the three are Carbon, Hydrogen & Oxygen. The elements that make sucrose are chloride, Hydrogen, and Oxygen.
Cyanogen chloride differs from hydrogen cyanide in chemical structure and formula. Hydrogen cyanide is HCN, composed of the elements hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen. Cyanogen chloride is ClCN, composed of the elements chlorine, carbon, and nitrogen. From the formulas and structures it is possible to infer that cyanogen chloride is denser as a gas, and less likely to produce cyanide ions (CN-) than hydrogen cyanide.
This molecule has two elements namely hydrogen and chlorine. Therefore it is a compound.
I think Carbon,Hydrogen,Oxygen,Sodium,and Chloride.
Well, there are a few elements in ammonium chloride: NH4Cl * Nitrogen * Hydrogen * Chlorine
No. Chloride is a negatively charge ion of chlorine. As chlorine is an element it does not contain any other elements.
No, ammonium chloride is not magnetic. It will not be attracted to magnets. Ammonium chloride is made up of the elements nitrogen, hydrogen and chlorine.
chlorine oxygen carbon hydrogen
No, they are both compounds ... made up of the elements Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sodium, and Chloride.
Hydrogen chloride is a compound made from hydrogen and chlorine; the two are elements by themselves.
The elements chlorine and hydrogen react with each another to form the compound hydrogen chloride.
Yo stupied they are two elements Yo "stupid" stupid is spelled without an "e" and only hydrogen is an element, zinc chloride is actually a compound.
No, reacting zinc with hydrogen chloride will yield zinc chloride and hydrogen gas. Potassium chloride can be prepared by reacting potassium with hydrogen chloride or (more safely) potassium hydroxide with hydrogen chloride.
The properties of hydrogen chloride differ markedly from both hydrogen and chlorine, and you cannot see either of the original elements in the hydrogen chloride liquid. In contrast, if you simply mix hydrogen and chlorine in a flask you will still have a gas which is coloured yellowish by the chlorine.