This is a continuation of a question I made earlier!
The atmosphere consists of 80% N2, 17% O2, 1% CO2, 1% NH3. I am not extremely familiar with the chemistry of ammonia, but I do know that it behaves as a weak base and can dissolve in water to form ammonium and hydroxide.
I am already certain on how the ammonia will be replenished in the atmosphere and etc. but I am very curious on what effects ammonia will have on the properties of the planet. Will the rain be more basic than Earth's rain? Will this prompt more plant growth with the more available nitrogen? What might happen to the evolution of life/technology with the higher level of ammonia?