Problem: What is the name of a proton donor in a reaction? A) Arrhenius acid             B) Arrhenius base                   C) Bronsted-Lowry acid D) Bronsted-Lowry base             E) Lewis base

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What is the name of a proton donor in a reaction?

A) Arrhenius acid            

B) Arrhenius base                  

C) Bronsted-Lowry acid

D) Bronsted-Lowry base            

E) Lewis base

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