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What is the conjugate acid of ammonia? A N H2- B O H- C N H4+ ​ D H3 ​ O+

What is the conjugate acid of ammonia?

A

NH2-

 

B

OH-

C

NH4+

D

H3
O+

 

Grade:12th pass

7 Answers

Adarsh Pal
askIITians Faculty 159 Points
9 months ago

Ammonia or NH3​ is a base. It accepts a proton to give its conjugate and NH4+​.

Similarly, NH4+​ loses a proton to give conjugate base NH3​.

Hence, NH4+​ is the conjugate acid of ammonia.

adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
 

Ammonia or NH3​ is a base. It accepts a proton to give its conjugate and NH4+​.

Similarly, NH4+​ loses a proton to give conjugate base NH3​.

Hence, NH4+​ is the conjugate acid of ammonia..

adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
 

Ammonia or NH3​ is a base. It accepts a proton to give its conjugate and NH4+​.

Similarly, NH4+​ loses a proton to give conjugate base NH3​.

Hence, NH4+​ is the conjugate acid of ammonia

adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
 

Ammonia or NH3​ is a base. It accepts a proton to give its conjugate and NH4+​.

Similarly, NH4+​ loses a proton to give conjugate base NH3​.

Hence, NH4+​ is the conjugate acid of ammonia.,

adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
Ammonia or NH3​ is a base. It accepts a proton to give its conjugate and NH4+​.Similarly, NH4+​ loses a proton to give conjugate base NH3​.Hence, NH4+​ is the conjugate acid of ammonia.
adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
 

Ammonia or NH3​ is a base. It accepts a proton to give its conjugate and NH4+​.

Similarly, NH4+​ loses a proton to give conjugate base NH3​.

Hence, NH4+​ is the conjugate acid of ammonia..,

adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
 

Ammonia or NH3​ is a base. It accepts a proton to give its conjugate and NH4+​.

Similarly, NH4+​ loses a proton to give conjugate base NH3​.

Hence, NH4+​ is the conjugate acid of ammonia..,/

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