ammonium nitrate is extremely common, and pretty dangerous, and also extremely useful.
A solution is produced which contains ferric hydrate dissolved in ferric chloride, with free chloride of ammonium.
The solution may be regarded as containing the ammonium cellulose xanthate.
The solution is filtered off, boiled till free of sulphuretted hydrogen, and ammonium chloride and ammonia added.
On account of the formation of an ammonium salt in the reaction.
The hexamethylenamin present is doubtless produced by the action of the paraformaldehyd on the ammonium chlorid present.
Do not mistake the fumes of the acid for those of ammonium chlorid.
Stir the cloth in water to remove the acid and dissolve the color by boiling in a solution of ammonium hydroxid (1 to 50).
An aqueous solution in the cold is not precipitated by oxalate of ammonium.
Ask for "citrate of iron and ammonium" when buying the ingredients for the formula.
ammonium am·mo·ni·um (ə-mō'nē-əm)
The univalent radical NH4+, that is derived from ammonia and that reacts as a univalent metal in forming ammonium compounds.