How Does Ammonia Kill Bacteria?


Ammonia is a common ingredient in household cleaners. It is only a mild disinfectant. Ammonia does kill some bacteria however it doesn't kill bacteria as well as bleach which is considered to be the strongest germ killing chemical for cleaning.
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The easiest way is to mix water and bleach in a fifty fifty mix. What ever surface you clean with it will have the bacteria eliminated.
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Ammonia is NH3 a small molecule made of one nitrogen atom linked to 3 hydrogen atoms. It kills bacteria by raising the PH to highly alkaline levels where bacteria can't survive. When
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