Problem: What is the conjugate acid of HN2-?(a) N3-(b) H2N-(c) H3N(d) HN2-(e) H4N+(f) None of these choices is correct.

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If HN2- will act as a base, its conjugate acid will appear as H2N-. Reaction is:

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What is the conjugate acid of HN2-?

(a) N3-

(b) H2N-

(c) H3N

(d) HN2-

(e) H4N+

(f) None of these choices is correct.

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