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HCN(aq) + SO4-2(aq) HSO4-(aq) + CN -(aq)

a. What is the Bronsted - Lowry acid in this equation?

b. What is the Bronsted - Lowry base in this equation?

c. What is the conjugate acid in this equation?

d. What is the conjugate base in this equation?

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    HCN donates a proton
    SO4-2 accepts a proton
    HSO4- is the conjugage acid
    CN- is the conjugate base

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