Problem: What is a correct conjugate acid-base pair in the following reaction: NH3 + N2H5+ ⇌ NH4+ + N2H4a. NH3, N2H4b. NH3, NH4+c. NH4+, N2H5+d. NH4+, N2H4 

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What is a correct conjugate acid-base pair in the following reaction: NH3 + N2H5+ ⇌ NH4+ + N2H4

a. NH3, N2H4

b. NH3, NH4+

c. NH4+, N2H5+

d. NH4+, N2H

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