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Acid + base conjugate base + conjugate acid

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Which of the following best describes a bronsted lowry acid base reaction?

acid + base = conjucate base + conjugate acid (apex)


What is true of Bronsted-Lowry acid?

A Bronsted-Lowry Acid Donates H+ ions


What is a true Bronsted-Lowry acid?

A Bronsted-Lowry Acid Donates H+ ions


In a Bronsted-Lowry acid-base reaction the original acid becomes a what?

The product will be a conjugate base.


Is sulfuric acid a bronsted-lowry acid or base?

As the name sulfuric acid might indicate, it is a bronsted-lowry acid.


An arrhenius acid is an bronsted lowry acid bt an arrhenius base is NT a bronsted lowry base?

no, arhenious base is also a bronsted lowry base


What is true of the bronsted-lowry base?

A Bronsted-Lowery base accepts H+ ions


What happens in a Bronsted- Lowry acid-base reaction?

An acid donates an H+, and a base accepts an H+. (apex).


What happens in a Bronsted-Lowry acid base reaction?

An acid donates an H+, and a base accepts an H+. (apex).


In the reaction co32- H2O -- hco3- oh- the carbonate ion is acting as an a arrhenius base b arrhenius acid c bronsted-lowry base d bronsted-lowry acid?

The Bronsted-Lowry definition describes acids as being proton (H+) donators and bases as being proton acceptors. So the answer would be C, because the carbonate anion is accepting a proton (H+ cation) to become the HCO3-


What happens in a Bronsted LOwry base reaction?

An acid donates an H+, and a base accepts an H+. - Apex


Why can water act as an acid or a base in a bronsted lowry reaction?

Because a bronsted-lowry acid donates proton such as ( H+ ) and water can donate H+ such as ( H2O + NH3 ---> NH4+ + OH- ) here water donated H+ to ammonia to produce NH4 ( which is an acid )