Problem: Match each of the following definitions with the correct term. Lewis Acid                   Arrhenius Acid                         Bronsted-Lowry Acid               Arrhenius Base                                     Bronsted-Lowry Base                          Lewis Base.                  a. Increases the H + concentration when dissolved in a solvent.b. Increases the OH– concentration when dissolved in a solvent.c. A proton (H +) donor.d. A proton (H +) acceptor.e. An electron pair acceptor.f.  An electron pair donor

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Match each of the following definitions with the correct term.

 

Lewis Acid                   Arrhenius Acid                         Bronsted-Lowry Acid               Arrhenius Base 

                                    Bronsted-Lowry Base                          Lewis Base.                 

 

a. Increases the H + concentration when dissolved in a solvent.

b. Increases the OH concentration when dissolved in a solvent.

c. A proton (H +) donor.

d. A proton (H +) acceptor.

e. An electron pair acceptor.

f.  An electron pair donor

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