Curiosity's Sake

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Curiosity's Sake

Postby ChristianM3F » Wed Dec 04, 2019 11:49 pm

6A1b. Find the conjugate acid for NH2NH2...
So, I'm pretty sure that this base is a polyprotic base, meaning that it can accept more than one hydrogen ion. (Due to the dual lone pairs on dual nitrogens...) Does that mean that another possible conjugate acid for this substance is NH3NH3^2+?

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Re: Curiosity's Sake

Postby Kevin Antony 2B » Thu Dec 05, 2019 9:39 pm

If it was a polyprotic base then the conjugate acid of NH3NH3^+ would be NH3NH4^2+

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