Recall that the conjugate base of an acid is simply the compound formed when an acid loses a hydronium ion (H+). It's considered a base because it can gain H+ to reform the acid.
What does it mean to say that an acid is strong in aqueous solution? What does this reveal about the ability of the acid's anion to attract protons?
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