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  1. sweetburger
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    Yes im pretty sure you would be correct.

  2. Photon336
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    Conjugate acid base pairs differ in the presence of a proton H I.E CH3COOH/CH3COO- I think Whenever an acid looses a proton the result is the conjugate base; A base accords proton the result is its conjugate acid.

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    I believe that's B Ch3NH2 gains. Proton and the result is CH3NH3

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