ammonium carbonate

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noun [ mass noun]

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[Chemistry] a white crystalline solid which slowly decomposes, giving off ammonia, and is an ingredient of sal volatile.

●Chem. formula: (NH4)2CO3. Commercial forms often contain other, related salts.

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