N2+ 3H2= 2NH3 Ammonia is a fine enough name. Comes from the God Ammon (Greek) temple in Libya.
Chemical formula is NH3, and strictly that refers to the gas, not the common solution we meet. You could refer to trihydrogen nitride if you wanted to be tricky.
We who work in Urology sees this all the time. When urine smells of ammonia it means you have a urine infection. It's treated with antibiotics so see your doctor.
Urine is high in nitrates, compounds high in nitrogen and oxygen. Ammonia is made up of nitrogen and hydrogen. (NH3) What you are smelling is the high concentration of bonded nitrogen.
Normally, diluted urine doesn't have much odor. If you're dehydrated and your urine becomes highly concentrated, it can have a strong ammonia smell. (Source - Mayo Clinic)
As a general precaution, If you are smelling ammonia in your urine, it would not be a bad idea to go to your general practitioner (family doc) and have a hepatic function panel done to rule out serious liver issues.
In our urine, Ammonia acts as an absorber and leads to water absorption.
Ammonia is a polar molecule because the different electronegativity's of the nitrogen and the hydrogen molecules makes the hydrogen slightly positive and the nitrogen slightly negative. However there are 2 valance electons of the nitrogen atom which are not bonded to anything, which are called lone pairs.
The lone pairs means that the ammonia molecule is not symmetrical therefore the electronegativity's do not cancel eachother, creating a polar molecule.
( The reason why the shape is no longer symmetircal is because lone pairs repel more than the bond pairs of the N-H, and essentially the bonding pairs are "squeezed" together, which accounts for the smaller than expected bond angle of 107 degrees)
EDIT BELOW Answer: Lysol Concentrate and Lysol IC do NOT contain bleach. MSDS sheets say never mix Bleach and Lysol Concentrate or Lysol IC! Products with bleach that are labeled "Lysol brand" do not contain Lysol per se., they are another composition with the bleach.
Due to lysol's bleach base (WRONG, see above), mixing it with ammonia results in a toxic substance that is lethal upon inhalation. I would advise against mixing the two.
- gas: NH3
- water solution: NH3 + H20 <-> NH4OH