We’re being asked to determine the conjugate base of HIO3.
Recall that the conjugate base of an acid is simply the compound formed when an acid loses a hydronium ion (H+). It's considered as a base because it can gain H+ to reform the acid.
Give the conjugate base of the following Bronsted-Lowry acid: HIO3.
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