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Ammonia reacts with excess chlorine to form:


A

N2andNH4Cl

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B

NCl3andHCl

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C

N2andHCl

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D

NH4ClandNCl3

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Solution

The correct option is B

NCl3andHCl


Explanation:

B. NCl3andHCl

The reaction of ammonia with chlorine:

  • When AmmoniaNH3 reacts with excess chlorineCl2, it produces Nitrogen trichlorideNCl3 and Hydrogen chlorideHCl.
  • The chemical reaction can be depicted as:
  • NH3(g)+3Cl2(g)NCl3(l)+3HCl(g)

Hence, the correct option is B i.e. NCl3andHCl.


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