Problem: Which of the following is not a conjugate acid-base pair? a) NaC2H3O2/HC2H3O2 b) NH4Cl/NH3 c) H3O + /OH – d) HNO2/LiNO2 e) All are conjugate acid-base pairs. 

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Which of the following is not a conjugate acid-base pair?

a) NaC2H3O2/HC2H3O2

b) NH4Cl/NH3

c) H3O + /OH 

d) HNO2/LiNO2

e) All are conjugate acid-base pairs. 

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