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What is a polyprotic acid? What does it mean to be amphiprotic? Can the conjugate base of a polyprotic acid gain a proton? Can the conjugate base of a polyprotic acid lose a proton? Is the conjugate base of a polyprotic acid always amphiprotic?

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