Ammonia is also the common name given to an aqueous solution of ammonia that is used as a cleaning agent, especially for glass surfaces. The chemical name for this solution is ammonium hydroxide, NH4OH. It is a weak base, having a pH of around 10-11 in common strengths. Mixing this with nitric acid yields ammonium nitrate, which finds use as a fertilizer, solid rocket oxidizer, and explosive. Mixing bleach and ammonia does NOT make a super cleaner, however.