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NH3 is more complicated since it can act as both an acid and a base, just like water. If it donates a proton, it becomes NH2-, and if it accepts a proton, it becomes NH4+. So, NH3 is technically amphiprotic, meaning it's hard to determine if it'll always be a base (it depends on the solution it's in).
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