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Bases, with partial negative charges and overshielded nuclei, grab protòns from watter. In azo molecules, lone elèctronic pairs on the nitrogen are these negative ends. ammonia: H3N + H2O → H4N+ + HO− hydrazine hydrate: H2NNH2·nH2O + H2O → H2NHNH2+ + n H2O + HO−


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