Problem: Draw the ammonium salt formed in each reaction.

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Ammonium salt comes from the protonation of an amine. 


The lone pair from N will attack the H of the acid. 

  • The reaction results in a positively charged amine.
  • The acid will have its conjugate base left (negatively charged).
  • The combination of the conjugate base and the positively charged amine is the ammonium salt.
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Draw the ammonium salt formed in each reaction.

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