Problem: Classify the reaction: ammonia gas reacts with hydrochloric acid fumes to form a white solid that settles as a fine dust. NH3 (g) + HCl (g) → NH4Cl (s) (a) Decomposition reaction (b) Precipitation reaction (c) Oxidation-reduction reaction (d) Acid-base reaction (e) Synthesis reaction (f) Double displacement reaction (g) Single displacement reaction (h) Combustion reaction

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Reaction can be considered as:

Precipitation - forms a NH4Cl precipitate;

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Classify the reaction: ammonia gas reacts with hydrochloric acid fumes to form a white solid that settles as a fine dust. 

NH3 (g) + HCl (g) → NH4Cl (s) 

(a) Decomposition reaction 

(b) Precipitation reaction 

(c) Oxidation-reduction reaction 

(d) Acid-base reaction 

(e) Synthesis reaction 

(f) Double displacement reaction 

(g) Single displacement reaction 

(h) Combustion reaction

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