Conjugate acid of H2PO4

by bayan
Tags: acid, conjugate, h2po4
bayan is offline
Nov10-04, 11:26 PM
P: 202
Hi there.

What is the conjugate acid of H2PO4. And what does it mean.

H3PO4 or HPO4

I got it. It means when a base gains a hydrogen ION. H3PO4 is the right answer isnt it.
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tiroger is offline
Nov11-04, 12:34 AM
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You got it.

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