We’re being asked to determine the conjugate acid of O2-.
Recall that the conjugate acid of a base is simply the compound formed when a base gains a proton (H+). It's considered as an acid because it can lose H+ to reform the base.
Give the conjugate acid of the following Bronsted-Lowry base: O2-.
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