Draw the conjugate acid for each of the following bases:
Hey guys. On this part we need to go ahead and figure out the conjugate acid of water, so if we've got our H our O and our H, right? We also know that they're on our oxygen, we've got two lone pairs, right? And guys, the way this can happen is that, let's say we have some other hydrogen source, okay? let's just say NH4 plus, right? The way this works is that one of these lone pairs on the oxygen which is going to come in here attack our hydrogen and kick electrons from that bond onto the end, right? So now guys, what we actually end up with is our O with just one lone pair now and we've got three hydrogens, okay? And what that tells us is that if we look at our bonding preference. Remember, group number minus sticks plus dots in parentheses what we get is a positive one charge on our oxygen. Alright guys, Let's move on.