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What is Ammonium Bicarbonate?
Ammonium Bicarbonate appears as a white crystal or crystalline powder. It volatilizes rapidly at 60 °C, dissociating into ammonia, carbon dioxide, and water, but it is quite stable at room temperature. One gram dissolves in about 6 ml of water. It is insoluble in alcohol.
What grades of Ammonium Bicarbonate are available?
What are other names (Synonyms) for Ammonium Bicarbonate?
Bicarbonate of Ammonia
Ammonium Hydrogen Carbonate
Powdered baking ammonia
What is the CAS Number for Ammonium Bicarbonate?
What is the Chemical Formula for Ammonium Bicarbonate?
What is the Chemical Structure of Ammonium Bicarbonate?
How is Ammonium Bicarbonate packaged?
50 pound bags
What are the uses of Ammonium Bicarbonate?
Plastic and Rubber
TYPICAL PROPERTIES of Ammonium Bicarbonate
Appearance / Odor
White crystalline powder
Solubility in Water
17.4 g / 100 mL at 20 °C
41.9 °C (107.4 °F)
8.2 at 1 percent solution
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