Write the complete balanced equation, ionic equation, and net ionic equation for the titration reaction that occurs between ammonia and hydrochloric acid

hydrochloric-acid
ammonia

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Write the complete balanced equation, ionic equation, and net ionic equation for the titration reaction that occurs between ammonia and hydrochloric acid.

Answer:

Weak base and strong acid association, therefore it produces the following:
molecular: NH3(aq) + HCl(aq) ----> NH4^+(aq)+Cl^-(aq)
Ionic, spread everything apart into its own constitute element and compound.
ionic: NH3(aq)+H^+(aq)+Cl^-(aq) ----> NH4^+(aq)+Cl^-(aq)
In result, no Cl- is left over because it is a spectator ion and does not participate in reaction(just like if sodium ion were attached)
net ionic: NH3(aq)+H^+(aq) ----> NH4^+(aq)