Conjugate Acid

Conjugate Acid Definition:

A conjugate acid, in an acid-base reaction, is the product that results when a base is protonated.

Conjugate Acid Explained:

A conjugate acid is, therefore, a base with an extra hydrogen atom added to it.

  • A strong conjugate acid results from a weak base.
  • A weak conjugate acid results from a strong base.

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