Ammonium chloride powder.
ammonium chloride definition by Webster's New World
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a white crystalline compound, NHCl, produced by the reaction of ammonia with hydrochloric acid: it is used in medicine to correct alkalosis, and also in dry cells, fertilizers, dyes, etc.; sal ammoniac
ammonium chloride definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A slightly hygroscopic, white crystalline compound, NH4Cl, used in dry cells, as a soldering flux, and as an expectorant. Also called sal ammoniac.
ammonium chloride - Science Definition
A white crystalline compound used in dry cells, as a soldering flux, and as an expectorant. Also called sal ammoniac. Chemical formula: NH4Cl.