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The answer says the conjugate base of H2SO4 is HSO4-. I wonder whether SO4 2-is also the conjugate base of H2SO4 or it is the conjugate base of HSO4-. I remeber in high school I was told conjugate pair can only have the difference of one hydrogen.
For instance if you have NO3- the conjugate acid would be HNO3, but if you have the weak base NH3 then you will have the conjugate acid ammonium which is NH4+. just remember for conjugate base minus one H and for the conjugate acid add one H.
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