|What is Ammonia?|
Ammonia is a simple compound consisting of three hydrogen atoms bonded
to a single nitrogen atom and has the chemical formula NH3.
It has a boiling point of −33.34 °C (−28.012 °F) at atmospheric pressure and
is normally stored as a liquefied gas. Because of its chemical
structure, it contains more hydrogen per unit volume than liquefied
hydrogen. The hydrogen is tightly bound to the nitrogen, which makes
it a very stable and difficult to ignite chemical.
For more information see:
Encyclopædia Britannica: Ammonia
NH3 Fuel Association: Introduction to NH3 Fuel