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Ammonia and hydrogen chloride gases are mixed. Which type of chemical reactions do they give?


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Reaction of ammonia and HCl:

  • When ammoniaNH3 reacts with Hydrogen chloride HCl , it results in the formation of salt i.e. Ammonium chloride NH4Cl.
  • The chemical reaction can be depicted as:

NH3(g)+HCl(g)NH4Cl(s)

  • It is a type of combination reaction because ammonia combines with Hydrogen chloride to form a single product i.e. Ammonium chloride.
  • The general description of a combination reaction is:

X+YXY


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