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me with the question shown in the image below? If HCOOH is the acid, and HCOO- is the conjugate base, how is HCOOH2+ the conjugate acid and not H3O+?...

Can you please help me with the question shown in the image below? If HCOOH is the acid, and HCOO- is the conjugate base, how is HCOOH2+ the conjugate acid and not H3O+?


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Answer: According to the Bronsted-Lowry theory, The proton donor is the Acid and the... View the full answer

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