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In this case for 6A9d, it does not affect, as the ammonia is just the solvent. The key here is to just see the proton transfer from NH4+ making it the acid to NH2- making it the base. If it helps visualize the reaction, this reaction is the similar to H3O+ + OH- ----> H20.
A solvent is the substance that the other molecules (the solutes) are dissolved in. Chemical reactions commonly occur between compounds dissolved in a solvent. Water for example is a commonly used solvent, so common that we gave substances dissolved in water their own unique chemical state: aqueous (meaning dissolved in water)
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