conjugate acid


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con·ju·gate acid

 (kŏn′jə-gĭt, -gāt′)
n.
An acid having one more transferable proton than a specific base.
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The subject invention more specifically reveals an emulsion polymerization process that comprises: (1) preparing a monomer solution which is comprised of (a) at least one monomer, (b) a conjugate acid of a surfactant with a [pK.
We wanted to see if they would, of their own volition, include the term conjugate acid to match the term conjugate base that we had provided.
The nmr spectrum of acetic acid in fluorosulfuric acid has two signals of equal area indicating that the conjugate acid of acetic acid has the structure [7,14]