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Question 1: It is easily liquefied due to the strong hydrogen bonding between molecules; the ________ boils at −33.3 °C, and solidifies at −77.7 °C to white crystals.
Phase transitionLiquidSupercritical fluidColloid

Question 2: The maximum concentration of ammonia in water (a saturated solution) has a ________ of 0.880 g /cm3 and is often known as '.880 Ammonia'.

Question 3: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
CopyrightCopyright infringementIntellectual propertyPublic domain

Question 4: Ammonia was used during ________ to power buses in Belgium, and in engine and solar energy applications prior to 1900.
Soviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War II

Question 5: ________ is an intermediate in this conversion:[33]
Hydrogen sulfideNitrous oxideNitric oxideCarbon monoxide

Question 6: Ethanolamine is prepared by a ring-opening reaction with ________: the reaction is sometimes allowed to go further to produce diethanolamine and triethanolamine.
Ethylene glycolAmmoniaAcetaldehydeEthylene oxide

Question 7: [50] The ________ converts ammonia to urea through a series of reactions known as the urea cycle.
LiverEndocrine systemPancreasImmune system

Question 8: [55] The ammonia molecule has also been detected in the atmospheres of the gas giant planets, including ________, along with other gases like methane, hydrogen, and helium.
Callisto (moon)Ganymede (moon)Io (moon)Jupiter

Question 9: However, perfectly dry ammonia will not combine with perfectly dry ________: moisture is necessary to bring about the reaction.
Hydrogen sulfideHydrochloric acidHydrogen peroxideHydrogen chloride

Question 10: Nitrogen triiodide, a primary ________, is formed when ammonia comes in contact with iodine.
OxygenExplosive materialNitroglycerinPropellant


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