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can i ask for the 3D model of ammonium cyanate, picture, formula mass, physical and chemical properties?


I could not find the model or diagram on the Web. The properties I gave previously is all I could find. Ammonium cyanate is only absolutely stable below 143K, above that it is in equilibrium with its isomer, Urea, and at moderately elevated temperatures, it becomes Urea. So getting properties of pure ammonium cyanate is not likely. Use what I gave previously.

Formula mass is..99.80



I could not find the model or diagram on the Web. The properties I gave previously is all I could find. Ammonium cyanate is only absolutely stable below 143K, above that it is in equilibrium with its isomer, Urea, and at moderately elevated temperatures, it becomes Urea. So getting properties of pure ammonium cyanate is not likely. Use what I gave previously.

Formula mass is..99.80

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