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Solution: For the following reaction, define each of the species as acid, base, conjugate acid, and conjugate base. H 2SO 4  +  H 2O  →  H 3O +  +  HSO 4 − A) Acid  +  Base  →  Conjugate Base  +   Conjugate A

Problem

For the following reaction, define each of the species as acid, base, conjugate acid, and conjugate base.

2SO 4  +  H 2O    H 3+  +  HSO 

A) Acid  +  Base  →  Conjugate Base  +   Conjugate Acid

B) Base  +  Acid  →  Conjugate Base  +  Conjugate Acid

C) Base  +  Acid  →  Conjugate Acid  +  Conjugate Base

D) Acid  +  Base  →  Conjugate Acid  +  Conjugate Base

E) These aren't acids and bases.