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The most important part of the conjugate seesaw is that the strength of an acid determines the strength of its conjugate base. A stronger acid will have a weaker conjugate base, and a weak acid will have a strong conjugate base. The same applies to bases and their conjugate acids. A strong base will produce a weak conjugate acid and vice versa.
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