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ATPase proton synthesis

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I got the wrong answer to this question:

Suppose that the F0 component of a newly discovered organism has 20 c subunits arranged in a circle and that the F1 subunit has three alpha-beta dimers. How many protons are required to synthesize one ATP molecule.

I put down 3 H's. I don't remember why I chose that but I missed the question can anyone explain this to me?
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