Discussion in 'Drug Chemistry' started by Ancient One, May 6, 2007.

  1. Ancient One

    Ancient One Member

    Sorry. Quick question. Is ammonia a volatile? i.e. will it evaporate to nothing leaving no residue?
  2. Anhydrous ammonia certainly will. And will do so with a very strong odor and a actual, physical assultiveness. And enough pressure to blow up a poorly chosen container. Cops and/or cameras on tanks a very real possibility. So you gotta ask yourself one question. Do you feel lucky?
  3. uplink

    uplink Member

    Will it evaporate leaving no residue? If it's pure, of course. It's boiling point is -33.34 °C. Even if mixed in with water, it will fully evaporate with the water.

    It's a pretty nasty gas.

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