Identify the products formed in this Brønsted-Lowry reaction.


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  1. Do you mean [HPO4]^2-
    (or do you mean [HPO2]4-). I think the first one.

    [HThe aPO4]^2- + HBrO ==> [H2PO4]^- + [BrO]^-
    The acid on the right is the one with the most H atoms. The base is the one with the least H

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