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can anyone please help to answer the questions below? i'll be grateful.
1) ammonium compounds such as ammonium sulfate,(NH4)2SO4, can be used ass fertilizers.

(i) write a balanced equation to show how ammonium sulfate could be formed by the reaction between aqueous ammonium and sulfuric acid?

(ii) ammonium sulfate is as example of a salt formed when as acid is neutralised by a base. Explain what is meant by the term salt.

(iii) why is ammonia acting as a base in this neutralisation?
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(i) A balanced symbol equation of the following word equation:
Ammonia+Sulfuric acid> Ammonium Sulphate+?
(ii) A salt is a what?
-Ionic compound
-Surrounded by water molecules
Now put that into one sentence.
(iii) What is a base first of all? An insoluble alkali right. What are the products of a neutralisation reaction? Salt and w....? Plus if you read the question it says that aqueous ammonia reacts rather than liquid so it shows us that ammonia has been mixed up in water suggesting it may be a solid.
(Sorry not allowed to give direct answers but I hope I sort of helped) Good luck.
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