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Ammonia

Ammonia is a colorless alkaline gas.

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Ammonia

Formula: NH3 or H3N, R717

Ammonia is a colorless alkaline gas. It is formed in the body during decomposition of organic materials during a large number of metabolically important reactions.

Note that the aqueous form of ammonia is referred to as ammonium hydroxide. Ammonia takes part of deposit silicon nitride by Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) in semiconductor and advanced materials manufacturing. Gaseous ammonia was first isolated by Joseph Priestley in 1774 and was termed by him “alkaline air”. Eleven years later, in 1785, Claude Louis Berthollet ascertained its composition

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Further Specifications

Cylinder Sizes

  • Used in the CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) process for Semiconductor and advanced materials manufacturing.
  • Used by the automotive and aeronatics industries as a heat treatment.
  • Used in calibration gas mixtures for petrochemical industry, environmental emissions monitoring, industrial hygiene monitors and trace impurity analyzers
Grade 5 Grade 5.5 Grade 6.4
Purity 99.999% 99.9995% 99.99994%
Nitrogen < 5 ppmv < 1.5 ppmv
Oxygen < 0.5 ppmv (+Ar): <100 ppbv
Carbon Monoxide < 2 ppmv < 0.1 ppmv < 50 ppbv
Carbon Dioxide < 0.4 ppmv < 100 ppbv
Hydrogen < 100 ppbv
Methane < 2 ppmv < 0.1 ppmv < 50 ppbv
Water (+O2): < 5 ppmv < 2 ppmv < 200 ppbv
Chemical & Physical Properties
Molecular Weight 17.03
Specific Volume 22.6 cu. ft/lb
Pressure @ 70° F 113.9 psig
Valve Outlet CGA 660 DISS 720
Shipping Information
DOT Name Ammonia
Hazard Class 2.2
DOT No. UN 1005
DOT Label Non-Flammable Gas
CAS No. 7664-41-7
Cylinder Size Fill Weight (lbs)
1 Ton 500
49L/Size 300 55
44L/Size 200 50

**Moisture level guaranteed only when Electronic Fluorocarbons prepares the cylinders.
All concentrations are on a mol/mol basis unless otherwise stated.
Product sold on the basis of total impurities. Individual impurities may vary slightly.

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