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Urea (CO(NH2)2) can react with water to
form CONH2NH+
3 and a hydroxide ion.
Which statement is true for this reaction?

  • chemistry - ,

    1. H2O is the conjugate base of
    CONH2NH+
    3 .
    2. The hydroxide ion is the conjugate acid
    of CONH2NH+
    3 .
    3. The hydroxide ion is the conjugate base
    of CONH2NH+
    3 .
    4. CO(NH2)2 is the conjugate base of
    CONH2NH+
    3 .
    5. CO(NH2)2 is the conjugate acid of
    CONH2NH+
    3 .
    6. H2O is the conjugate acid of
    CONH2NH+
    3 .

  • chemistry - ,

    I think you meant this for the equation.
    I followed with the next two lines showing acid, base, conj acid, conj base. I think if you type the equatiion right you will see the answer. Also you need to restructure the answers to get them right.
    CO(NH2)2 + HOH ==> CONH2NH3^+ + OH^-
    base................conj acid
    ...........acid................conj base

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