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Q: What is the conjugate of 23-23i?

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The conjugate base and conjugate acid for HS04 is: Conjugate acid is H2SO4 Conjugate base is SO42

"Conjugate" usually means that in one of two parts, the sign is changed - as in a complex conjugate. If the second part is missing, the conjugate is the same as the original number - in this case, 100.

HNO2 is its conjugate acid.

HClO2 is its conjugate acid.

conjugate is to change a verb depending on the sentence

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The conjugate of 6 + i is 6 - i.

The conjugate base is (SO2)3-.

Acid + base conjugate base + conjugate acid

The conjugate base of NH4+ is NH3 .

Its conjugate acid is H3O+

The conjugate acid of H2O is H3O+

oh- is the conjugate base of the water

The conjugate acid of NH2- is NH3

the conjugate acid of S2- is HS-.....

the conjugate 7-2i

NH2- is the conjugate base of ammonia.

The conjugate base of H3PO4 is H2PO4^-

the conjugate acid of S2- is HS-.....

The conjugate base of water is OH-.

The conjugate base for HSO3- is SO32-.

conjugate acids are made of strong acids and with low base similarly conjugate bases are made up of strong base and weak acid

It depends on what the denominator was to start with: a surd or irrational or a complex number. You need to find the conjugate and multiply the numerator by this conjugate as well as the denominator by the conjugate. Since multiplication is by [conjugate over conjugate], which equals 1, the value is not affected. If a and b are rational numbers, then conjugate of sqrt(b) = sqrt(b) conjugate of a + sqrt(b) = a - sqrt(b), and conjugate of a + ib = a - ib where i is the imaginary square root of -1.

HCL is the conjugate acid pair of Cl. And Cl is the conjugate base pair of HCl.

HNO2 conjugate acid = one more hydrogen conjugate base = one less hydrogen