United States            Office of Environmental    Revised December 2000
                    Environmental Protection    Information             EPA 745-R-00-005
                    Agency                Washington, DC 20460
                    EMERGENCY  PLANNING AND
                    COMMUNITY  RIGHT-TO-KNOW
                    SECTION  313
                    Guidance for Reporting Aqueous Ammonia
       Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA)
requires certain facilities manufacturing, processing, or otherwise using listed toxic chemicals to report
their environmental releases of such chemicals annually.  Beginning with the 1991 reporting year, such
facilities also must report pollution prevention and recycling data for such chemicals, pursuant to section
6607 of the Pollution Prevention Act, 42 U.S.C. 13106. When enacted, EPCRA section 313
established an initial list of toxic chemicals that was comprised of more than 300 chemicals and 20
chemical categories. EPCRA section 313(d) authorizes EPA to add chemicals to or delete chemicals
from the list, and sets forth criteria for these actions.
                                      CONTENTS

       Section 1.     Introduction  	  3
             1.1           Who Must Report	  3
             1.2           Thresholds	  3
             1.3           Chemical Sources of Aqueous Ammonia	  4
             1.4           De Minimis Concentrations	  4

       Section 2.     Guidance for Reporting Aqueous Ammonia	  5
             2.1           Determining Threshold and Release Quantities for Ammonia	  5
             2.2           Chemical Sources of Aqueous Ammonia	  6
             2.2.1          Reporting Aqueous Ammonia Generated from Anhydrous Ammonia in
                           Water  	  6
             2.2.2          Reporting Aqueous Ammonia Generated from the Dissociation of
                           Ammonium Salts (Other Than Ammonium Nitrate)  	  7
             2.2.3          Reporting Aqueous Ammonia Generated from the Dissociation of
                           Ammonium Nitrate  	  8
       Section 3.     CAS Number List of Some Chemical Sources of Aqueous Ammonia
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                                    FOREWORD

       This document is an updated version of the previous document, EPA 745-R-95-012.  This
version has the following updates:

      Under Section 1.4. de minimis concentrations on page 4, the second sentence is modified to
       clarify de minimis concentration for aqueous ammonia; and
      References to List of Toxic Chemicals within the Water Dissociable Nitrate Compounds
       Category and Guidance for Reporting (EPA #745-R-00-006, Revised December, 2000)
       are added in the last sentence on page 8, in the example 6 on page 9, and in the example 7 on
       page 10.

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Section 1. Introduction
       On June 30, 1995 EPA finalized four actions in response to a petition received in 1989 to
delete ammonium sulfate (solution) from the list of toxic chemicals subject to reporting under section
313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA), 42 U.S.C.
11001. The four actions taken are summarized as follows: (1) deleted ammonium sulfate (solution)
from the EPCRA section 313 list of toxic chemicals, (2) required that threshold and release
determinations for aqueous ammonia be based on 10 percent of the total aqueous ammonia present in
aqueous solutions of ammonia, (3) modified the ammonia listing by adding the following qualifier:
ammonia (includes anhydrous ammonia and aqueous ammonia from water dissociable ammonium salts
and other sources; 10 percent of total aqueous ammonia is reportable under this listing), and (4) deleted
ammonium nitrate (solution) as a separately listed chemical on the EPCRA section 313 list of toxic
chemicals.  All actions are effective for the 1994 reporting year for reports due July 1, 1995, with the
exception of the deletion of ammonium nitrate (solution) as a separately listed chemical, which is
effective for the 1995 reporting year for reports due July 1, 1996. At the time that these actions were
finalized, EPA indicated that the Agency would develop, as appropriate, interpretations and guidance
that the Agency determines are necessary to facilitate accurate reporting for aqueous ammonia.  This
document constitutes such guidance for reporting under the ammonia listing.

Section 1.1 Who Must Report

       A facility is subject to the provisions of EPCRA section 313, if it meets all three of the following
criteria:
       C      It is included in Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code 10 (except SIC Codes
              1011, 1081, and  1094); SIC Code 12 (except SIC Code 1241); SIC Codes 20
              through 39; SIC Code 4911 (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the
              purpose of generating power for distribution in commerce); SIC Code 4931 (limited to
              facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the purpose of generating power for
              distribution in commerce); SIC Code 4939 (limited to facilities that combust coal
              and/or oil for the purpose of generating power for distribution in commerce); SIC Code
              4953  (limited to facilities regulated under the Resource Conservation and Recovery
              Act, Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C. Section 6921 et seq.); SIC Code 5169; SIC Code 5171;
              and SIC Code 7389 (limited to facilities primarily engaged in solvent recovery services
              on  a contract or fee basis); and

       C      It has 10 or more  full-time employees (or the equivalent 20,000 hours per year); and

       C      It manufactures, imports, processes, or otherwise uses any of the toxic chemicals listed
              on  the EPCRA section 313 list in amounts greater than the "threshold" quantities
              specified in Section 1.2.

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Section 1.2 Thresholds

       Thresholds are specified amounts of toxic chemicals used during the calendar year that trigger
reporting requirements.

       If a facility manufactures or imports any of the listed toxic chemicals, the threshold quantity
will be:

       !      25,000 pounds per toxic chemical or category during the calendar year.

       If a facility processes any of the listed toxic chemicals, the threshold quantity will be:

       C      25,000 pounds per toxic chemical or category during the calendar year.

       If a facility otherwise uses any of the listed toxic chemicals (without incorporating it into any
product or producing it at the facility), the threshold quantity is:

       C      10,000 pounds per toxic chemical or category during the calendar year.


Section 1.3 Chemical Sources of Aqueous Ammonia

       If a facility manufactures, processes, or otherwise uses anhydrous ammonia or aqueous
ammonia, they must report under the ammonia listing. EPA is providing a table of Chemical Abstract
Service (CAS) numbers and chemical names to aid the regulated community in determining whether
they need to report under the ammonia listing for aqueous ammonia.  This table includes a list of water
dissociable ammonium salts which, when placed in water, are a source of aqueous ammonia.  The table
contains only commonly used ammonium salts and therefore is not exhaustive.  If a facility
manufactures, processes, or otherwise uses aqueous ammonia, regardless of its source, it must report
under the ammonia listing, even if the source of the aqueous ammonia is not listed in the table provided
in this document.

Section 1.4 De Minimis Concentrations

       The ammonia listing is subject to the one percent de minimis concentration. Thus, mixtures
containing total aqueous ammonia at concentrations equal to or in excess of one percent should be
factored into threshold and release determinations.

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                    Section 2. Guidance for Reporting Aqueous Ammonia

       Note: for the purposes of reporting under the ammonia listing for aqueous ammonia, water
dissociable ammonium salts means that the ammonium ion dissociates from its counterion when in
solution.

Section 2.1 Determining Threshold and Release Quantities for Ammonia

       If a facility manufactures, processes, or otherwise uses anhydrous ammonia, the quantity
applied towards threshold determinations for the ammonia listing is the total quantity of the anhydrous
ammonia manufactured, processed, or otherwise used. The quantity reported when calculating the
amount of ammonia that is released, transferred, or otherwise managed is the total quantity of
anhydrous ammonia released or transferred.

       If the facility manufactures, processes, or otherwise uses anhydrous ammonia in quantities that
exceed the appropriate threshold and subsequently dissolves some or all of the anhydrous ammonia in
water, then the following applies: 1) threshold determinations are based on 100 percent of the
anhydrous ammonia; 2) release,  transfer, and other waste management quantities for the  aqueous
ammonia are calculated as 10 percent of total ammonia; and 3) release, transfer, and other waste
management quantities for the anhydrous ammonia are calculated as 100 percent of the anhydrous
ammonia.

       If a facility manufactures, processes, or otherwise uses aqueous ammonia, the quantity applied
toward threshold determinations for the ammonia listing is 10 percent of the total quantity of the
aqueous ammonia manufactured, processed, or otherwise used.  The quantity reported when
calculating the amount of ammonia that is released, transferred, or otherwise managed is 10 percent of
the total quantity of aqueous ammonia released or transferred.

       If a facility dissolves a water dissociable ammonium salt in water that facility has manufactured
aqueous ammonia and 10 percent of the total  aqueous ammonia manufactured from these salts is to
be included in manufacturing threshold determinations under the ammonia listing.

       If aqueous ammonia from water dissociable ammonium salts is processed or otherwise used,
then 10 percent of the total aqueous ammonia is to be included in all processing and otherwise use
threshold determinations under the ammonia listing.

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  Example 1: In a calendar year, a facility places 25,000 Ibs of anhydrous ammonia in water for
  processing and processes 25,000 Ibs of aqueous ammonia from an ammonium salt. The facility
  must include all of the 25,000 Ibs of anhydrous ammonia in the determination of the processing
  threshold, but only 10 percent (or 2,500 Ibs) of the aqueous ammonia from the ammonium salt in
  the processing threshold determination.
       Total aqueous ammonia is the sum of the two forms of ammonia (un-ionized, NH^ and ionized,
      present in aqueous solutions.  A precise calculation of the weight of total aqueous ammonia
would require determining the ratio of the two forms of ammonia present using the pH and temperature
of the solution. The weight of total aqueous ammonia can be more easily calculated by assuming that
aqueous ammonia is comprised entirely of the MV form or the M^ form.  For the purpose of
determining threshold and release quantities under EPCRA section 313, EPA recommends that total
aqueous ammonia be calculated in terms of NB^ equivalents (i.e., for determining weights, assume total
ammonia is comprised entirely of the NH^ form). This method is simpler than using pH and
temperature data to determine the ratio of the two forms present and is consistent with the presentation
of total ammonia toxicity in a separate EPA document, Ambient Water Quality Criteria for
Ammonia (EPA document #440/5-85-001, January 1985).

Section 2.2 Chemical Sources of Aqueous Ammonia

       Aqueous ammonia may be generated in solution from a variety of sources that include the
release of anhydrous ammonia to water and the dissociation of ammonium salts in water.  Water
dissociable ammonium salts are not reportable in their entirety under the ammonia listing; these salts are
reportable to the extent that they dissociate in water, and only 10 percent of the total aqueous ammonia
that results when these salts dissociate is reportable. If these salts are not placed in water, they are not
reportable.

       If ammonium salts are purchased neat or as solids by a facility, then placed in water by that
facility, the facility is manufacturing aqueous ammonia.

Section 2.2.1 Reporting Aqueous Ammonia Generated from  Anhydrous Ammonia in Water

       If the source of aqueous ammonia is anhydrous ammonia in water, total aqueous ammonia
(calculated in terms of NHg equivalents) is equal to the quantity of anhydrous ammonia manufactured,
processed, or otherwise used. A hypothetical scenario demonstrating the calculations involved in
reporting aqueous ammonia generated from anhydrous ammonia in water is given in Example 2.

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  Example 2: In a calendar year, a facility uses 30,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia to neutralize
  acids in a waste water stream. The neutralized waste stream (containing aqueous ammonia from
  dissociated ammonium salts) is then transferred to a POTW. The quantity to be applied toward
  threshold determinations is the total quantity of anhydrous ammonia used in the waste stream
  neutralization, or 30,000 pounds.  The quantity of ammonia reported as transferred is  10 percent of
  the total quantity of aqueous ammonia transferred, or 3,000 pounds.	
Section 2.2.2 Reporting Aqueous Ammonia Generated from the Dissociation of Ammonium
Salts (Other Than Ammonium Nitrate)

       If the source of aqueous ammonia is the dissociation of ammonium salts in water, total aqueous
ammonia (calculated in terms of Ml, equivalents) is calculated from the weight percent (wt%) of the
NH3 equivalents of the ammonium salt.  The NH3 equivalent wt% of an ammonium salt is calculated
using the following equation:

       NH3 equivalent wt% = (NHg equivalent weight)/(MW ammonium salt) x 100.

If the source of aqueous ammonia is a monovalent compound (such as ammonium chloride, NB^Cl,
ammonium nitrate, NB^NOs, or ammonium bicarbonate, NB^HCOs), the NH3 equivalent weight is
equal to the MW of NHg (17.03 kg/kmol).  If divalent compounds are involved (such as  ammonium
carbonate, (Mt^COs), then the NH3 equivalent weight is equal to the MW of NHg multiplied by two.
Similarly, if trivalent compounds are involved, then the NH3 equivalent weight is equal to the MW of
NH3 multiplied by three.
  Example3:

  The NH3 equivalent wt% of ammonium chloride is calculated as follows:

   NH3 equivalent wt% = (NHj equivalent weight)/(MW ammonium chloride) x 100
   NH3 equivalent wt% = (17.03)7(53.49) x 100
   NH3 equivalent wt% = 31.84% .

  The NH3 equivalent wt% of ammonium carbonate is calculated as follows:

   NH3 equivalent wt% = 2 x (Ni^ equivalent weight)/(MW ammonium carbonate) x 100
   NH3 equivalent wt% = 2 x (17.03)7(96.09) x 100
   NH3 equivalent wt% = 35.45%

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       To aid the regulated community in reporting under the ammonia listing for aqueous ammonia,
the table of chemical sources of aqueous ammonium provided in Section 3 of this document includes, in
addition to CAS number, chemical name, and molecular weight, the NH3 equivalent wt% of the
commonly used, water dissociable ammonium salts listed in Table 1.
  Example 4: In a calendar year, a facility uses 100,000 pounds of ammonium chloride, Mi^Cl, in
  aqueous solution which is released to waste water streams, then transferred to a POTW.  The
  NH3 equivalent wt% of ammonium chloride is 31.84% (taken from Table 1 in section 3 below or
  calculated as in Example 3 above).  The total quantity of aqueous ammonia present in solution is
  31.84% of the 100,000 pounds of ammonia chloride used, or 31,840 pounds.  The quantity
  applied towards threshold determinations for the ammonia listing is 10 percent of the total quantity
  of aqueous ammonia present in solution, or 3,184 pounds. The quantity of ammonia reported as
  released or transferred is 10 percent of the total quantity of aqueous ammonia released or
  transferred, or 3,184 pounds.
  Example 5: In a calendar year, a facility uses 500,000 pounds of ammonium carbonate,
  (NH4)2CO3, and 400,000 pounds of ammonium bicarbonate, Mi^HCC^, in aqueous solution
  which is released to waste water streams, then transferred to a POTW.  The NHg equivalent wt%
  of ammonium carbonate is 3 5 .45%, and the M^ equivalent wt% of ammonium bicarbonate is
  21.54% (taken from Table 1 in Section 3 below or calculated as in Example 3 above). The
  quantity of aqueous ammonia present in solution from ammonium carbonate is 35.45% of the
  500,000 pounds of ammonia carbonate used, or  177,250 pounds.  The quantity of aqueous
  ammonia present in solution from ammonium bicarbonate is 21.54% of the 400,000 pounds of
  ammonia bicarbonate used, or 86,160 pounds. The total quantity of aqueous ammonia present in
  solution is 263,410 pounds.  The quantity applied towards threshold determinations for the
  ammonia listing is 10 percent of the total quantity of aqueous ammonia present in solution, or
  26,341 pounds. The quantity of ammonia reported as released or transferred is 10 percent of the
  total quantity of aqueous ammonia released or transferred,  or 26,341 pounds. _
Section 2.2.3 Reporting Aqueous Ammonia Generated from the Dissociation of Ammonium
Nitrate

       Some sources of aqueous ammonia may be reportable under other EPCRA section 313
category listings. Ammonium nitrate (solution) is relevant to reporting under the ammonia listing to the
extent that 10 percent of the total aqueous ammonia that results when ammonium nitrate dissociates is
reported when determining thresholds and calculating releases. However, under the nitrate compounds
category listing, ammonium nitrate (and other mixed salts containing ammonium and nitrate) must be
reported in its entirety. When reporting ammonium nitrate under this category listing, the total nitrate
compound, including both the nitrate ion portion and the ammonium counterion, is included when

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determining threshold quantities.  However, only the nitrate ion portion is included when determining the
amount of ammonium nitrate that is released, transferred, or otherwise managed in wastes. The
calculations involved in determining threshold and release quantities for reporting under the nitrate
compounds category listing are described in a separate directive, List of Toxic Chemicals within the
Water Dissociable Nitrate Compounds Category and Guidance for Reporting (EPA #745-R-00-
006, Revised December, 2000). Note: reporting ammonium nitrate under the ammonia listing and the
nitrate compounds category listing is effective for the 1995 reporting year for reports due July 1, 1996.
  Example 6: In a calendar year, a facility uses 1,250,000 pounds of ammonium nitrate, NH^NOs, in
  aqueous solution which is released to waste water streams, then transferred to a POTW.  The
  NH3 equivalent wt% of ammonium nitrate is 21.28% (taken from Table 1 in Section 3 below or
  calculated as in Example 3 above). The total quantity of aqueous ammonia present in solution is
  21.28% of the 1,250,000 pounds of ammonia chloride used, or 266,000 pounds. The quantity
  applied towards threshold determinations for the ammonia listing is 10 percent of the total quantity
  of aqueous ammonia present in solution, or 26,600 pounds.  The quantity of ammonia reported as
  released or transferred is 10 percent of the total quantity of aqueous ammonia released or
  transferred, or 26,600 pounds. For determining thresholds and calculating releases under the
  nitrate compounds category listing, see the separate directive, List of Toxic Chemicals within the
  Water Dissociable Nitrate Compounds Category and Guidance for Reporting (EPA #74 5 -R-
  00-006, Revised December, 2000).
  Example 7: In a calendar year, a facility transfers 100,000 pounds of nitric acid (HNO3) to an on-
  site treatment facility.  The nitric acid is neutralized with anhydrous ammonia, and treatment
  efficiency is 95 percent (the nitrate compound formed as a result of the treatment is ammonium
  nitrate, NH^NC^). The neutralized waste stream (containing aqueous ammonia from dissociated
  ammonium nitrate) is then transferred to a POTW. The quantity of nitric acid neutralized is 95
  percent of 100,000 pounds or 95,000 pounds.  The quantity of nitric acid neutralized is converted
  first to kilograms then to kilomoles using the following equations:

         Kilograms HNO3 neutralized = (Ibs HNO3 neutralized) x (0.4536 kg/lb)
         Kilomoles HNO3 neutralized = (kg HNO3) - (MW of HNO3 in kg/kmol).

  Substituting the appropriate values into the above equations yields:

         Kilograms HNO3 neutralized = 95,000 Ibs x 0.4536 kg/lb
         = 43,092 kg
         Kilomoles HNO3 neutralized = 43,092 kg H- 63.01 kg/kmol
         = 683.9kmol.

  (Example 7 is continued below)

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(Example 7, continued)

The quantity of anhydrous ammonia used in kilomoles in the acid neutralization and the quantity of
ammonium nitrate generated in kilomoles from the neutralization are equal to the quantity of nitric
acid neutralized (683.9 kmol).  The quantity of anhydrous ammonia used in kilograms and pounds
in the acid neutralization is calculated as follows:
       Kilograms NHj used = (kmol NHj) x (MW of M^ in kg/kmol).
       Pounds NH, used = (kg NH,) x (2.205 Ibs/kg).

Substituting the appropriate values into the above equations yields:

       Kilograms NH, used = (683.9 kmol) x (17.03 kg/kmol).
       = 11,647 kmol.
       Pounds NHs used = (1 1,647 NH3) x (2.205 Ibs/kg).
       = 25,682 pounds.

The quantity reported applied towards threshold determinations for the ammonia listing is the total
quantity of anhydrous ammonia used in the acid neutralization, or 25,682 pounds. The quantity of
ammonia reported as released or transferred is 10 percent of the  total quantity of aqueous ammonia
released or transferred, or 2,568 pounds. For determining thresholds and calculating releases
under the nitrate compounds category listing, see the separate directive, List of Toxic Chemicals
within the Water Dissociable Nitrate Compounds Category and Guidance for Reporting
(EPA #745-R-00-006, Revised December, 2000). _
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        Section 3. CAS Number List of Some Chemical Sources of Aqueous Ammonia
       EPA is providing the following table of CAS numbers and chemical names to aid the regulated
community in determining whether they need to report under the ammonia listing for aqueous ammonia.
If a facility manufactures, processes, or otherwise uses, in aqueous solution, a chemical which is listed
below, they must report 10 percent of the total aqueous ammonia that is the result of the dissociation of
this chemical. However, this list is not  exhaustive. If a facility manufactures, processes, or otherwise
uses, in aqueous solution, a water dissociable ammonium compound, they must report 10 percent of
the total aqueous ammonia that is the result of the dissociation of the compound, even if the compound
does not appear in the following table.
Table 1 . Listing by CAS Number and Molecular Weight of Some Chemical Sources of Aqueous Ammonia
Chemical Name
Ammonium acetate
Ammonium aluminum sulfate
(Ammonium aluminum disulfate)
Ammonium antimony fluoride
(Diammonium pentafluoroantimonate)
Ammonium arsenate
(Ammonium arsenate, hydrogen)
(Ammonium arsenate, dihydrogen)
Ammonium arsenate
(Diammonium arsenate)
(Diammonium arsenate, hydrogen)
(Diammonium arsenate, monohydrogen)
Ammonium arsenite
Ammonium azide
Ammonium benzenesulfonate
Ammonium benzoate
Ammonium bromate
Ammonium bromide
Ammonium cadmium chloride
(Ammonium cadmium trichloride)
Ammonium carbamate
Ammonium carbonate carbamate
Ammonium carbonate
(Diammonium carbonate)
Molecular
Weight*
77.08
237.14
252.82
158.97
176.00
124.96
60.06
175.20
139.15
145.94
97.94
236.81
78.07
157.13
96.09
NH3 Equivalent
Wt%
22.09
7.181
13.47
10.71
19.35
13.63
28.35
9.720
12.24
11.67
17.39
7.191
21.81
21.68
35.45
CAS Number
631-61-8
7784-25-0
32516-50-0
13462-93-6
7784-44-3
13462-94-7
12164-94-2
19402-64-3
1863-63-4
13843-59-9
12124-97-9
18532-52-0
1111-78-0
8000-73-5
506-87-6
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Ammonium carbonate, hydrogen
(Ammonium bicarbonate)
Ammonium cerium nitrate
(Ammonium hexanitratocerate)
(Ammonium hexanitratocerate (IV))
(Diammonium cerium hexanitrate)
Ammonium cerous nitrate
(Ammonium cerous nitrate, tetrahydrate)
Ammonium chlorate
Ammonium perchlorate
Ammonium chloride
Ammonium chromate
(Ammonium chromate (VI))
(Diammonium chromate)
Ammonium chromate
(Ammonium dichromate)
(Ammonium dichromate (VI))
(Ammonium bichromate)
(Diammonium dichromate)
Ammonium chromium sulfate
(Ammonium chromic sulfate)
Ammonium citrate
(Ammonium citrate, monohydrogen)
(Ammonium citrate, dibasic)
(Diammonium citrate)
(Diammonium citrate, hydrogen)
Ammonium citrate
(Ammonium citrate, tribasic)
(Triammonium citrate)
Ammonium cobalt sulfate
(Ammonium cobaltous sulfate)
Ammonium cupric chloride
(Ammonium chlorocuprate (II))
(Diammonium copper tetrachloride)
(Diammonium tetrachlorocuprate)
Ammonium cyanate
(Ammonium isocyanate)
Ammonium cyanide
Ammonium cyanoaurate, monohydrate
(Ammonium tetracyanoaurate, monohydrate)
79.06
548.23
486.22
101.49
117.49
53.49
152.07
252.06
265.17
226.19
243.22
289.14
241.43
60.06
44.06
319.07
21.54
6.213
7.005
16.78
14.49
31.84
22.40
13.51
6.422
15.06
21.01
11.78
14.11
28.35
38.65
5.337
1066-33-7
16774-21-3
13083-04-0
10192-29-7
7790-98-9
12125-02-9
7788-98-9
7789-09-5
13548-43-1
3012-65-5
3458-72-8
13596-46-8
15610-76-1
22981-32-4
12211-52-8
14323-26-3
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Ammonium cyanoaurate
(Ammonium dicyanoaurate)
Ammonium ferricyanide
(Ammonium hexacyanoferrate (III))
(Triammonium hexacyanoferrate)
Ammonium ferrocyanide
(Ammonium hexacyanoferrate (II))
(Tetraammonium ferrocyanide)
(Tetraammonium hexacyanoferrate)
Ammonium fluoride
Ammonium fluoride
(Ammonium difluoride)
(Ammonium bifluoride)
(Ammonium fluoride, hydrogen)
(Ammonium difluoride, hydrogen)
(Ammonium bifluoride, hydrogen)
Ammonium fluoroborate
(Ammonium tetrafluoroborate)
Ammonium fluorogermanate (IV)
(Ammonium hexafluorogermanate (IV))
(Diammonium hexafluorogermanate)
Ammonium fluorophosphate
(Ammonium hexafluorophosphate)
Ammonium fluorosulfate
(Ammonium fluorosulfonate)
Ammonium formate
Ammonium gallium sulfate
Ammonium hydroxide
Ammonium iodide
Ammonium iridium chloride
(Ammonium chloroiridate (III))
(Ammonium hexachloroiridate)
(Triammonium hexachloroiridate)
Ammonium iron sulfate
(Ammonium ferric sulfate)
(Ammonium iron di sulfate)
Ammonium iron sulfate
(Ammonium ferrous sulfate)
(Diammonium iron disulfate)
(Diammonium ferrous disulfate)
267.04
266.07
284.11
37.04
57.04
104.84
222.66
163.00
117.10
63.06
282.90
35.05
144.94
459.05
269.02
286.05
6.377
19.20
23.98
45.98
29.86
16.24
15.30
10.45
14.54
27.01
6.020
48.59
11.75
11.13
6.330
11.91
31096-40-9
14221-48-8
14481-29-9
12125-01-8
1341-49-7
13826-83-0
16962-47-3
16941-11-0
13446-08-7
540-69-2
15335-98-5
1336-21-6
12027-06-4
15752-05-3
10138-04-2
10045-89-3
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Ammonium lactate
(Ammonium 2-hydroxypropionate)
Ammonium laurate
(Ammonium dodecanoate)
Ammonium magnesium sulfate
Ammonium malate
Ammonium malate, hydrogen
(Ammonium bimalate)
Ammonium molybdate
(Diammonium molybdate)
Ammonium molybdate
(Ammonium heptamolybdate)
(Ammonium molybdate, hydrate)
(Ammonium molybdate, tetrahydrate)
(Ammonium />aramolybdate, tetrahydrate)
Ammonium nickel chloride, hexahydrate
Ammonium nickel sulfate
(Ammonium nickel sulfate, hexahydrate)
(Ammonium nickel disulfate, hexahydrate)
(Diammonium nickel disulfate, hexahydrate)
Ammonium nitrate
Ammonium nitrate sulfate
Ammonium nitrite
Ammonium oleate
Ammonium oxalate
Ammonium palladium chloride
(Ammonium chloropalladate (II))
(Ammonium tetrachloropalladate (II))
(Diammonium tetrachloropalladate)
Ammonium phosphate
(Ammonium orthophosphate)
Ammonium phosphate
(Ammonium biphosphate)
(Ammonium phosphate, hydrogen)
(Ammonium phosphate, dihydrogen)
(Ammonium orthophosphate, dihydrogen)
(Ammonium phosphate, monobasic)
107.11
217.35
252.50
168.15
151.12
196.01
1163.8
183.09
286.88
80.04
212.18
64.04
299.50
124.10
284.31
149.09
115.03
15.90
7.835
13.49
20.26
11.27
17.38
8.780
9.301
11.87
21.28
24.08
26.59
5.686
27.45
11.98
34.27
14.80
515-98-0
2437-23-2
14727-95-8
6283-27-8
5972-71-4
13106-76-8
12054-85-2
16122-03-5
7785-20-8
6484-52-2
12436-94-1
13446-48-5
544-60-5
1113-38-8
13820-40-1
10124-31-9
7722-76-1
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Ammonium phosphate
(Ammonium phosphate, hydrogen)
(Ammonium orthophosphate, monohydrogen)
(Ammonium phosphate, dibasic)
(Ammonium orthophosphate, dibasic)
(Diammonium phosphate)
(Diammonium orthophosphate)
(Diammonium phosphate, hydrogen)
(Diammonium phosphate, monohydrogen)
(Diammonium orthophosphate, hydrogen)
Ammonium phosphinate
(Ammonium hypophosphite)
Ammonium phosphite
(Ammonium biphosphite)
(Ammonium phosphite, dihydrogen)
Ammonium picramate
Ammonium propionate
Ammonium rhodium chloride
(Ammonium chlororhodate (III))
(Ammonium hexachlororhodate (III))
(Triammonium rhodium hexachloride)
(Triammonium hexachlororhodate)
Ammonium salicylate
(Ammonium 2-hydroxybenzoate)
Ammonium selenide
Ammonium silicon fluoride
(Ammonium fluorosilicate)
(Ammonium hexafluorosilicate)
(Diammonium silicon hexafluoride)
(Diammonium fluorosilicate)
(Diammonium hexafluorosilicate)
Ammonium stearate
(Ammonium octadecanoate)
Ammonium succinate
(Diammonium succinate)
Ammonium sulfamate
(Ammonium amidosulfate)
(Ammonium amidosulfonate)
Ammonium sulfate
(Diammonium sulfate)
132.06
83.03
99.03
216.15
91.11
369.74
155.15
115.04
178.15
301.51
152.15
114.12
132.13
25.79
20.51
17.20
7.879
18.69
13.82
10.98
29.61
19.12
5.648
22.39
14.92
25.78
7783-28-0
7803-65-8
13446-12-3
1134-85-6
17496-08-1
15336-18-2
528-94-9
66455-76-3
16919-19-0
1002-89-7
2226-88-2
7773-06-0
7783-20-2
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Ammonium sulfate
(Ammonium bisulfate)
(Ammonium sulfate, hydrogen)
(Ammonium sulfate, monohydrogen)
Ammonium />ersulfate
(Ammonium peroxysulfate)
(Ammonium peroxydisulfate)
(Diammonium persulfate)
(Diammonium peroxydisulfate)
Ammonium sulfide
(Ammonium bisulfide)
(Ammonium sulfide, hydrogen)
Ammonium sulfide
(Ammonium monosulfide)
(Diammonium sulfide)
Ammonium sulfide
(Diammonium pentasulfide)
Ammonium sulfite, monohydrate
(Diammonium sulfite, monohydrate)
Ammonium sulfite
(Ammonium bisulfite)
(Ammonium sulfite, hydrogen)
Ammonium tetrachloroaurate (III), hydrate
Ammonium thiocarbamate
Ammonium thiocarbonate
(Diammonium trithiocarbonate)
Ammonium thiocyanate
(Ammonium isothiocyanate)
(Ammonium sulfocyanate)
(Ammonium rhodanate)
(Rhodanid)
Ammonium dithionate
Ammonium thiosulfate
(Ammonium hypo sulfite)
(Diammonium thiosulfate)
Ammonium tin bromide
(Ammonium bromostannate (IV))
(Ammonium hexabromostannate (IV))
(Diammonium hexabromostannate)
115.10
228.19
51.11
68.14
196.39
116.13
99.10
356.82
94.13
144.27
76.12
196.19
148.20
634.19
14.80
14.93
33.32
49.99
17.34
29.33
17.18
4.772
18.09
23.61
22.37
17.36
22.98
5.371
7803-63-6
7727-54-0
12124-99-1
12135-76-1
12135-77-2
7783-11-1
10192-30-0
13874-04-9
16687-42-6
13453-08-2
1762-95-4
60816-52-6
7783-18-8
16925-34-1
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Ammonium tin chloride
(Ammonium chlorostannate (IV))
(Ammonium hexachlorostannate (IV))
(Diammonium tin hexachloride)
(Diammonium hexachlorostannate)
Ammonium titanium fluoride
(Ammonium fluorotitanate (IV))
(Ammonium hexafluorotitanate (IV))
(Diammonium titanium hexafluoride)
(Diammonium hexafluorotitanate)
Ammonium titanium oxalate, monohydrate
(Diammonium dioxalatooxotitanate, monohydrate)
Ammonium tungstate
(Ammonium tungstate (VI))
(Ammonium />aratungstate)
(Hexaammonium tungstate)
Ammonium tungstate
(Ammonium tungstate (VI))
(Ammonium />oratungstate)
(Decaammonium tungstate)
Ammonium valerate
(Ammonium pentanoate)
Ammonium zinc chloride
(Ammonium chlorozincate)
(Ammonium tetrachlorozincate)
(Diammonium tetrachlorozincate)
367.48
197.95
276.00
1779.2
3058.6
119.16
243.27
9.269
17.21
12.34
5.743
5.568
14.29
14.00
16960-53-5
16962-40-6
10580-03-7
12028-06-7
11120-25-5
42739-38-8
14639-97-5
* For hydrated compounds, e.g. ammonium sulfite, monohydrate, the molecular weight excludes the weight of the
hydrate portion.
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