Does bleach have ammonia?
No it does not have ammonia. Bleach contain chlorine as bleaching agent
I just had that incident from cleaning, and my lungs started to burn and i started to cough, i think you should stay away from the fumes and drink milk, maybe call a doctor to… see what they had to say but now after about like 30 minutes I am okay, so i think everything will be FINE! Chemically what happens is the sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) reacts with ammonia (NH 3 ) tor produce hydrazine (N 2 H 4 ) and other toxic gasses.
Ammonia and Bleach create Chlorine gas. Which causes respiratory damage that will lead to death if enough is inhaled. Oh and it's painful. Warning to all who like to clean t…he toilet by letting a bit of bleach soak in it: Make these restrooms off limits to the kids, or better yet, wait until after they are asleep. My son urinated in the toilet after I had left bleach in it to soak. He came running out with his pants down to escape the odor. Urine has just enough ammonia in it apparently to create a mini "mustard gas" reaction.
The two react to form many toxic products, including chloramine, dichloramine, nitrogen trichloride and hydrazine. But, if the reaction goes through all the way, it forms non-…toxic nitrogen. The equation is as followed: NH3+NaOCl --> NH2Cl+NaOH NH2Cl+NaOCl --> NHCl2+NaOH NHCl2+NaOCl --> NCl3+NaOH NH3+NH2Cl+NaOH --> N2H4+NaCl+H2O N2H4+2NH2Cl --> 2NH4Cl+N2 I would not recommend it unless you have proper safety equipment, a fume hood and are doing it under supervision of a experienced chemist.
open all windows and doors go outside get fresh air even if it is winter drink plenty of cold water do not lie down or sit remain standing and get plent of air fresh air
Oxygen bleach uses hydrogen peroxide instead of sodium hypochlorite, and to my knowledge the two do not react, though I would still not recommend it.
Yes. Ammonia will react with the sodium hypochlorite in bleach toproduce a number of toxic gasses.
When you combine bleach and ammonia, the two react to form manytoxic products, including chloramine, dichloramine, nitrogentrichloride and hydrazine. But, if the reaction goes… through allthe way, it forms non-toxic nitrogen. The equation is as followed: NH3+NaOCl --> NH2Cl+NaOH NH2Cl+NaOCl --> NHCl2+NaOH NHCl2+NaOCl --> NCl3+NaOH NH3+NH2Cl+NaOH --> N2H4+NaCl+H2O N2H4+2NH2Cl --> 2NH4Cl+N2 I would not recommend it unless you have proper safety equipment, afume hood and are doing it under supervision of a experiencedchemist.
I'm surprised this has not been answered yet. Neither bleach nor ammonia are apparently more or less effective at killing ants than pesticides. Although, ammonia may have an… effect on removing the chemical trails ants leave behind to pick up on later. However, your question is worded in such a way as to make me wonder if you (or someone who reads this) might try to combine bleach and ammonia to kill ants. What happens may or may not kill ants. It may, however, kill you, your pets, and your children. Bleach and Ammonia create (in an almost instantaneous James Bond-ian way) chlorine gas, which is certainly harmful to humans. See more here: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_happens_when_you_combine_bleach_and_ammonia. And here: http://firstaid.about.com/od/hazardousmaterials/ht/bleachgas.htm And here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/classic/A795611 And, I'm sure, more besides. It is a fun "warning" type science experiment (which, of course, no one should try at home) to pour a little bleach onto the sidewalk (and I mean a little) and give it a little squirt of ammonia-based window cleaner. Then wait a minute or two to watch the little slowly rising cloud of noxious gases. It's actually quite impressive.
Mixing bleach and ammonia is extremely dangerous, since toxicvapors will be produced. Chloramine vapor, with a potential forhydrazine formation is very toxic
After breathing in the fumes you will feel severe burning in your nose, eyes, throat and chest. Soon after you will start to have trouble breathing and an irregular heart rate…. Shortly after that you will become increasingly dizzy and enter an almost confused like state. You must seek immediate emergency help or it will lead to your death. I know this from experience and just recently encountered this situation myself. It felt like acid pouring down my nose and throat and into my lungs. It was horrible. Luckily I got to the hospital in time to receive treatment..... others have not been so lucky. Make no mistake; breathing in this mixture of bleach and ammonia can kill you quickly.
Bleach is an acid and the 2 combined for a deadly gas so-no. Even to gargle just one of them would cause serious and permanent harm, possibly death.
When ammonia and bleach are mixed, a chemical reaction takes place that releases toxic chlorine gas into the area.
No. There are a number of types of bleach. Ammonia is not one ofthem. Never mix ammonia and bleach. Depending on the type, they canreact to form a deadly gas.
No. They will produce toxic chloramine gasses but not cyanide.