Problem: The conjugate acid of HCOOH isa. HCOO+b. HCOO-c. HCOOH2+d. HCOOH2e. HCOOH2-

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We’re being asked to determine the conjugate acid of HCOOH.

Recall that the conjugate acid of a base is simply the compound formed when a base gains a hydronium ion (H+). It's considered as an acid because it can lose H+ to reform the base.

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The conjugate acid of HCOOH is

a. HCOO+
b. HCOO-
c. HCOOH2+
e. HCOOH2-

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