Ammonia is a molecular compound and not ionic.
Ammonia (NH3) is molecular
Ionic because Ionic has metals or metal and non metals and for it to be molecular it can not contain metal
Ionic by Nan
Ammonium phosphate is an ionic compound.
If you think to rubidium bromide (RbBr) this compound is ionic.
Ammonia is a molecular compound. The hydrogen atoms share electrons with the nitrogen atom.
Ammonia is molecular (or covalent) compound because the bond between N and H in ammonia is formed by the sharing of electrons between N and H.
The chemical formula of ammonia is NH3; the solution in water is basic - NH4OH. The molecule NH3 is polar. Ammonia is not an element but a chemical compound.
A covalent compound, not ionic
Ammonia is covalent compound.
Sodium chloride (NaCl) is an ionic compound.
Nh4 is a molecular compound
HCIO4 is an ionic compound.
LaP is an Ionic compound.