When you combine bleach and ammonia, the two react to form many toxic products, including chloramine, dichloramine, nitrogen trichloride and hydrazine. But, if the reaction goes through all the way, it forms non-toxic nitrogen. The equation is as followed:
NH3+NaOCl --> NH2Cl+NaOH
NH2Cl+NaOCl --> NHCl2+NaOH
NHCl2+NaOCl --> NCl3+NaOH
NH3+NH2Cl+NaOH --> N2H4+NaCl+H2O
N2H4+2NH2Cl --> 2NH4Cl+N2
I would not recommend it unless you have proper safety equipment, a fume hood and are doing it under supervision of a experienced chemist.
I think that it becomes normal...
Don't mix bleach and ammonia. It will create a toxic gas that can burn your lungs and cause irreversible damage.
Bleach is basic; ammonia is amphoteric.
you make chocmonia and that's true
You die. Never mix ammonia & bleach.
No it does not have ammonia. Bleach contain chlorine as bleaching agent
Bleach and ammonium releases a highly toxic chlorine gas.
No. There are a number of types of bleach. Ammonia is not one of them. Never mix ammonia and bleach. Depending on the type, they can react to form a deadly gas.
Ammonia and bleach are both consistently toxic for human ingestion.
It foams up and turns in acid!! Do not touch, or breath in!!