What are the uses of ammonium hydroxide?

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Ammonium hydroxide refers to a colourless liquid chemical solution that usually forms when ammonia dissolves in water. It can be found in several industrial products and cleaners such as brick cleaners, flooring strippers and cements.
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Ammonium Hydroxide is used in food processing as a leavening agent, a pH control agent, and a surface-finishing agent. The chemical is also used for the neutralization of acids although its price tends to be prohibitive.
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