Problem: Which the following represent conjugate acid–base pair? For the pair that is not conjugate, write the correct conjugate acid or base for the species in the pair.a. H2O, OH-

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Recall that the conjugate base of an acid is simply the compound formed when an acid loses a hydronium ion (H+).


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Which the following represent conjugate acid–base pair? For the pair that is not conjugate, write the correct conjugate acid or base for the species in the pair.

a. H2O, OH-

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