ammonia is a unionised in gaseous state but in aqeuous state,it is a weak electrolyte?
Asked by anjudabral | 17th Jul, 2016, 02:53: PM
Ammonia is a covalent compounds in the gaseous state.
In aqueous state, it forms ammonium hydroxide which is a weak electrolyte. It partially dissociates in aqueous solution.
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 17th Jul, 2016, 08:30: PM
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