Ammonium nitrate is a salt mixture with NH4NO3. Ammonium nitrate is found at ambient temperature and pressure as solid crystal particles. Ammonium nitrate is widely used in agriculture as fertilizer. A mixture of ammonium nitrate explodes with fossil fuels.
The name of the substance (Persian): Ammonium 1-nitrate
The name of the substance (English): Ammonium 1-nitrate
Brand (Farsi): Ammonium nitrate
Brand (English): Ammonium nitrate
Other names: Ammonium 1-Nitrate, Ammonium Nitric Acid, Ammonium Nitrate
Ammonium nitrate is a chemical compound with the formula NH4NO3, which is found in the atmosphere at ambient temperature and pressure as solid crystal particles. Ammonium nitrate is composed of NH4 + and NO3 groups. It is widely used in agriculture as fertilizer. It is also used as a cooling agent for the hydrate salt reaction.
Mainly used as chemical fertilizer and oxidizing agent in explosives.
Physical and chemical properties:
Molecular formula (NH4) (NO3)
The molar mass is 80.043 g / mol
Density 1,725 g / cm3 (20 C)
Solubility in water 118 g / 100 ml (0 C) 150 g / 100 ml (20 C) 297 g / 100 ml (40 C) 410 g / 100 ml (60 C) 576 g / 100 ml (80 C) 1024 g / 100 ml (100 C) Melting point 169.6 ° C
Boiling point approx. 210 c
In case of seeing heat or shock, it can explode. In normal use, it does not harm human health and does not burn. Contact with skin causes itching and burning and, if swallowed, it causes dizziness and dizziness. A mixture of ammonium nitrate with fossil fuels can explode.
Contact with the hands causes irritation or redness of the skin. The respiration of its dust causes irritation of the nose, throat, lungs and coughing and shortness of breath. This substance is flammable. Its blend of fossil fuels explodes.