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Posted by Swaastikaa on Sunday, March 25, 2012 at 6:57am.

The reaction:
H2PO4- + HAsO42 ---> HPO4- + H2AsO4-

Which one of the sets above lists both of the base species involved in the equilibrium?
I'm confused and couldn't identify the conjugate acids and bases properly. Could Dr.Bob explain abt this problem ? Thank you

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