What is ammonia?

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What is ammonia

Moon gas is colorless and has a sharp smell.
Breathing in air with high ammonia gas may cause death.
Naming ammonia was due to the discovery of a compound called ammonia chlorine near the temple of Ammon in Egypt. Ammonium chloride is the same.
The first to get pure ammonium gas was a British chemist named Joseph Priestley. He produced pure ammonia in 1774, naming it alkaline air.

A small amount of ammonia is found sporadically in the air. This is caused by corrupt animal or plant carcasses.
Ammonia is also very small in rain water. In the market, most ammonia is traded.

Ammonia has two elements:

1-nitrogen or nitrogen
2-Hydrogen