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    Amide ion (H<sub>2</sub>N-) is a stronger base than the hydroxide ion (OH-). Which would you expect to be a stronger acid, NH<sub>3</sub> or H<sub>2</sub>O? Why?

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    Acid-base chemistry is examined for hydroxide is examined. The functions of using stronger bases and stronger acids are given.

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