Ammonium Chloride is a salt that is found as a white, odorless and crystalline powder. It is naturally formed on burning coal dumps and around some volcanic vents. Ammonium chloride can be made from the reaction of hydrochloric acid and ammonia and it is a by-product of many chemical processes, particularly the Solvay Process for production of Sodium Carbonate. It is mainly used as a nitrogen source in fertilizers and it can also be used as food additive and yeast nutrient. It has applications in cosmetic industry as it can be found in many hair and skin cosmetic products formulations.
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