What type of chemical reaction is NH4OH equals NH3 plus H2O?

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The chemical reaction of NH3 plus H20 equaling NH4OH is referred to as the decomposition type. The interaction between NH3 H20 and NH4OH results in compounds being broken down. Decomposition is a common reaction.
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