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Ammonia (NH3) is a (very 'water' soluble) gas

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Q: Is ammonia a solid liquid or gas at 20 degrees Celsius?
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Does ice not melt when kept in liquid ammonia?

Water ice would remain solid in liquid ammonia, because the temperature of the ammonia is well below 0 degrees Celsius, the melting point of ice. At normal atmospheric pressure, ammonia is liquid below minus 33.34 degrees C.

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Is nitrogen a solid at 20 degrees Celsius?

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What is the temperature at which a solid changes into a liqiud?

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Is gold a solid liquid or gas at 3000 degrees Celsius?

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Is krypton a solid liquid or gas at -157 degrees?

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Temperature at which water changed from solid to liquid?

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