Question: Where is ammonium on the periodic table?

Ammonium is not found on the periodic table of elements because it is a compound rather than an element.

What is the symbol for ammonium on the periodic table?

Ammonium ion | H4N+ - PubChem.

What is the element for ammonium?

Ammonia, NH3, is a chemical compound composed of one nitrogen atom and three hydrogen atoms. Ammonia is a colorless gas that is lighter than air, and can be easily liquefied. Ammonia is a compound normally encountered as a gas and has a strong odor.

What is the state of ammonium?

At room temperature, ammonia is a colorless, highly irritating gas with a pungent, suffocating odor. In pure form, it is known as anhydrous ammonia and is hygroscopic (readily absorbs moisture).

What atomic number is ammonium?

In an ammonium ion (NH+4) ion, there is one nitrogen atom and four hydrogen atoms. Nitrogen has an atomic number of 7 , and hydrogen has an atomic number of 1 , and so the total atomic number of the hydrogens will be 1⋅4=4 . So, there will be a total of 7+4=11 protons.

Is ammonia basic or neutral?

Ammonia is moderately basic; a 1.0 M aqueous solution has a pH of 11.6, and if a strong acid is added to such a solution until the solution is neutral (pH = 7), 99.4% of the ammonia molecules are protonated. Temperature and salinity also affect the proportion of NH4+.

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