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We're being asked to draw the conjugate base for the given acid, CH3NH2.
• Bronsted-Lowry acid: is a proton (H+) donor
• Bronsted-Lowry base: is a proton acceptor
• Conjugate acid: the result of a base gaining H+
• Conjugate base: the result of an acid losing H+
Draw the conjugate base for the following acid. Remember to include charges and non-bonding electrons where necessary
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