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### Give an explanation for the fact that Guanidine NH=C(CH3)2 is a stronger base than most of amines?

The remarkable basicity of guanidine is attributed to the fact that the positive charge on the  guanidinium ion is delocalized equally over the three nitrogen atoms, as shown by these three equivalent resonating  structures: