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Posted by bob on Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 7:21pm.

The ion HPO42 has both a conjugate base as well as a conjugate acid. The conjugate base of this ion is (1) while the conjugate acid is (2).

a) (1) = H2PO4 (2) H3PO4
b) (1) = PO4 (2) H2PO4+
c) (1) = PO43 (2) H2PO4
d) (1) = HPO53 (2) HPO3
e) (1) = H2PO4 (2) PO43

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