Question: How do you balance Ammonium nitrate and Barium hydroxide?

What happens when barium hydroxide reacts with ammonium?

Answer: The reaction between Ammonium chloride and Barium hydroxide is an endothermic reaction. Ammonium Chloride is slightly acidic and Barium Hydroxide very basic so will get an acid-base reaction.

What is the balanced chemical equation of barium hydroxide and ammonium chloride?

Ba(OH)2 + NH4Cl →

What is the chemical formula of ammonium nitrate?

NH₄NO₃ Ammonium nitrate/Formula Ammonium nitrate, (NH4NO3), a salt of ammonia and nitric acid, used widely in fertilizers and explosives. The commercial grade contains about 33.5 percent nitrogen, all of which is in forms utilizable by plants; it is the most common nitrogenous component of artificial fertilizers.

What is the formula of Ammonium hydroxide?

NH₄OH Ammonia solution/Formula

What happens when you mix water and ammonium nitrate?

Adding Ammonium Nitrate to Water It takes energy to do this, which is absorbed from the surroundings and makes the solution cold. The endothermic reaction of the mixture of ammonium nitrate and water removes heat from the part of the body, freezing the painful area.

Is ammonium nitrate explosive on its own?

Ammonium nitrate would only explode on its own if its temperature was rapidly raised to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Compared to most combustible materials, ammonium nitrate itself is not exceptionally explosive. But the compound can contribute to explosions because it belongs to a chemical class known as oxidizers.

Why do we add solution to barium hydroxide?

Barium hydroxide is used in analytical chemistry to titrate weak acids, particularly organic acids. It forms clear aqueous solutions that are free from carbonate, unlike those of the alkali hydroxides, since barium carbonate is insoluble in water.

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