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Sudafed (or pseudoephedrine) is typically sold as the hydrochloride salt to increase solubility. The structure of pseudoephedrine is given below. A) Determine the site of protonation and convert the structure to the HCl salt. The answer’s skeleton is provided to give you a head start on the answer. B) Label acid, base, conjugate acid, and conjugate base.