Elements and Compounds
Why is ammonia in gas form at room temperature?
That is because ammonia's boiling point is -33.34 Celsius or -28
Fahrenheit. The average household temperature is about 28 to 32
Celsius depending where you live but wherever it is, it is
definitely above the boiling point of ammonia.
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What form is gaseous ammonia in at room temperature?
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Why is water (H2O) a liquid at room temperature, whereas ammonia (NH3) is a gas at room temperature?
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Is gas a form of matter that is generally a liquid or solid at room temperature?
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Is ammonia solid or liquid or gas?
It can be any of the three phases. Which phase it is depends on what temperature it is at. This is true for almost every compound known to man. At room temperature, ammonia, NH3, is a gas. It becomes a liquid if cooled below -28 degrees F, and will freeze into a solid once below -108 degrees F. Household ammonia is liquid at room temperature; it is a solution of ammonia in water.