Ammonia is not a supporter of combustion. Explain
Asked by chumki.banerjee001 | 28th Jan, 2019, 10:17: PM
Ammonia is neither combustible nor it is a supporter of combustion.
However, if the jet of ammonia is ignited in the atmosphere of oxygen it burns with a green flame.
Answered by Ramandeep | 29th Jan, 2019, 10:59: AM
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