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Biology, 22.06.2019 21:00 bigboss2984

Draw the conjugate acid for the following base. remember to include charges and non-bonding electrons where necessary.

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Answer from: JayLiz1737

A conjugate acid will change to conjugate base by accepting one proton.

According to Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory, an acid is a specie which has tendency to lose an electron while a base is an specie which has tendency to accept an electron.

Hence a conjugate pair is a pair of acid and base which are differ in only one proton.

Explanation with example:

HCl is acid which is a part of conjugate pair.

If HCl lose a proton it changes to Cl- which is conjugate base of an HCl acid. And this conjugate base will change to conjugate acid by accepting one proton.

Hence the reaction is:

                                                        Cl- + H+ → HCl

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Complete the equation for the ionization of water by drawing the conjugate acid and conjugate base.
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Complete the equation for the ionization of water by drawing the conjugate acid and conjugate base.
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Answer from: aubriebv2020

H₃O⁺.

Explanation:

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In this case, ionization of ethanol yields hydrogen cations and ethoxide anions as follows:

CH_3COOH+H_2O\rightleftharpoons H_3O^++CH_3COO^-

Which is at equilibrium as ethanol is a weak acid. Thus, since the conjugate acid is formed by the outgoing H⁺ and the water, we say that the conjugate acid is then the hydroxonium ion, H₃O⁺ whereas the conjugate base is the remaining anion CH₃COO⁻.

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Complete the equation for the ionization of water by drawing the conjugate acid and conjugate base.
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Complete the equation for the ionization of water by drawing the conjugate acid and conjugate base.

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