acid-base - 1 a) proton, hydronium, H3O+ b) all release H+:...

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Extending Acid/Base Concepts 1 a) proton, hydronium, H 3 O + b) all release H + : mono = releases 1 H + , poly = more than 1, di = two, tri = three c) Neutralization HCl H + + Cl NaOH OH + Na + HCl + NaOH H 2 O + NaCl 2 b) i) there is no water/solution, thus aqueous ions do not form (no H + or OH ) 1d), 2a) H+ acceptor H+ donor Produces OH in solution Produces H + in solution Bronsted Arrhenius (grade 11) Base Acid
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Extending Acid/Base Concepts 2b) ii) diagram as on pg. 418 iii) HCl is an acid because it donates H + , NH 3 accepts H + and therefore is the base (NH 4 + and Cl then form an ionic compound) 3a) Lewis acid: electron pair acceptor
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