Problem: Which of the following can accept a H+ from water to form a polyatomic ion? HCl, H2O, NH3, KOH a) KOH only b) H2O and HCl c) HCl and KOH d) NH3 and H2O e) HCl and NH3

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Which of the following can accept a H+ from water to form a polyatomic ion?

HCl, H2O, NH3, KOH

a) KOH only

b) H2O and HCl

c) HCl and KOH

d) NH3 and H2O

e) HCl and NH3

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