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Give the conjugate base of the following Bronsted-Lowry acids. (Type your answer using the format CO2 for CO2, [H2AsO4]- for H2AsO4-, and [Ni(CN)4]2- for Ni(CN)42-.)

1) H2SO4


I have tried H[SO4]- and just HSO4 but they are both wrong:(

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    If I understand the directions given, I would type in [HSO4]- since
    H2SO4 ==> H^+ + HSO4^-

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