What Is Ammonia the Sickness?


There is no sickness called ammonia. You are probably referring to pneumonia. It is a lung infection that can be cause by either viruses or bacteria. Symptoms may include fever, cough, chest pain, nausea and more.
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Ammonia Uses Fotolia.com According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, ammonia has been used to compose fertilizers for lawns, plants and farm land. Nearly 80
Ammonia, which is a nitrogen based compound, is typically broken down in the liver, and may be elevated in any kind of liver dysfunction. Normal levels are from 0 to 40 micromol/L.
Ammonia = NH3. Ammonium = NH4.
The EPA regulates industrial releases of ammonia in wastewater and air; discharges or spills of 100 pounds or more must be reported to the authorities. Household ammonia is not regulated
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