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Picture having a simple reaction with two reactants and two products. One of the reactants is an acid, and the other reactant is a base. The reactant donates a proton in this reaction. The base accepts a proton in this reaction. The conjugate bases and acids are the two products. The conjugate base, for example, is what the acid becomes on the product side of a reaction. It is called a conjugate babble because it has the potential to get its proton back, thereby acting as a base.
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