Bronsted Lowry Acids and bases

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what is a Brønsted–Lowry acid? a Brønsted–Lowry acid is an acid that donate a proton
Bronsted-lowry acid contain a ____ that is attached to a very electronegative atom hydrogen
what is a conjugate acid? it is a particle produced when a base accepts a proton
When a strong acid looses a proton it is converted into a ______ conjugate base.
HA = H+ + A- This type of equation is known as ______ acid dissociation equation
HA = H+ + A- The A- product acts like a _______ base
HA = H+ + A- The A- product is known as _____ the conjugate base of the HA acid
HA = H+ + A- The HA is known as the ____ conjugate acid of the base A-
Bronsted-lowry acids always have ______ base conjugate base
what is a Brønsted-Lowry base? a Brønsted-Lowry bases accepts a proton
The gain of a proton by the base forms a _____ acid conjugate acid
what is a Brønsted-Lowry acid-base reaction? This is where protons are transferred from one reactant to another (from acid to the base)
Arrhenius theory defines an base as a species that accepts a _______ ion in a solution? A hydrogen ion in a solution

what is a Brønsted–Lowry acid?

Bronsted-lowry acid contain a ____ that is attached to a very electronegative atom

what is a conjugate acid?

When a strong acid looses a proton it is converted into a ______

HA = H+ + A- This type of equation is known as ______

HA = H+ + A- The A- product acts like a _______

HA = H+ + A- The A- product is known as _____

HA = H+ + A- The HA is known as the ____

Bronsted-lowry acids always have ______

what is a Brønsted-Lowry base?

The gain of a proton by the base forms a _____ acid

what is a Brønsted-Lowry acid-base reaction?

Arrhenius theory defines an base as a species that accepts a _______ ion in a solution?

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