We departed from Detroit, MI on July 31st 2007 and Ended up in San Francisco. CA a few days later

What is NH3?

NH3 is a colorless gas with the well known pungent odor found in household cleaners. The ammonia under your sink is a mixture of water and NH3 in about a 5% solution. NH3 is produced both by natural and human sources including the decay of plant material and animal waste. Ammonia is the most commonly produced chemical substance. It is used in almost all fertilizers and in many industrial applications. Pure NH3 is generally stored as a liquid under pressure and is commonly known as anhydrous ammonia. The NH3 Car uses anhydrous ammonia for fuel.


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