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why it is not proper to consider the gaseous state of ammonia as vapours?

why it is not proper to consider the gaseous state of ammonia as vapours?

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Rathod Shankar AskiitiansExpert-IITB
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10 years ago

 "Vapour" refers to the gaseous form of a substance that is either a liquid or a solid below critical temperatures.

Ammonia exists as gas below critical temperature, so it is considered as "gas", not as "vapour".

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