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Unformatted text preview: 6. Acids and bases Question # 1 According to the Lewis definition, a base is a(n): A. Proton donor. B. Electron pair donor. C. Hydroxide ion donor. D. Hydrogen ion donor. E. Electron pair acceptor. Question # 2 Which of these is not a Lewis acid? A. AlCl 3 B. H 3 O + C. FeCl 3 D. SO 3 E. C 4 H 10 Question # 3 Which pair of species are both bases in the following reaction? A. H 2 O and CN B. H 3 O + and H 2 O C. HCN and H 3 O + D. HCN and CN E. H 3 O + and CN Question # 4 Which of these is not a true statement? A. All Lewis bases are also Bronsted-Lowry bases. B. All Lewis acids contain hydrogen. C. All Bronsted-Lowry acids contain hydrogen. D. All Lewis acids are electron deficient. E. According to the Bronsted-Lowry theory, water is both an acid and a base. Question # 5 For the equilibrium the two substances which are both acids are: A. H 2 O and H 3 O + B. CH 3 NH 3 + and H 2 O C. CH 3 NH 3 + and CH 3 NH 2 D. CH 3 NH 3 + and H 3 O + E. CH 3 NH 2 and H 2 O Question # 6 The reaction between which combination of substances below cannot be classified as a Bronsted-Lowry acid-base reaction?...
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