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Water is the most common amphoteric substance, which means that, depending on the circumstances, water can behave either as an acid or a base. Using HF as an example of an acid and NH3 as an example

Water is the most common amphoteric substance, which means that, depending on the circumstances, water can behave either as an acid or a base. Using HF as an example of an acid and NH3 as an example of a base, write equations for these substances reacting with water, in which water behaves as a base and as an acid, respectively. 

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