﻿ Consider the reaction below. HCIO3 + NH3 → NH4* + C103- Which is a base-conjugate acid pair?
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# Consider the reaction below. HCIO3 + NH3 → NH4* + C103- Which is a base-conjugate acid pair?

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Consider the reaction below.
HCIO3 + NH3 → NH4* + C103-
Which is a base-conjugate acid p...

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