Problem: Classify each of these compounds as an Arrhenius acid, an Arrhenius base, or neither. 1. HF                                                                             6. NH4OH 2. KCl                                                                            7. LiOH 3. C2H6                                                                           8. HCIO3 4. Mn(OH)2                                                                    9. Ca(OH)2 5. H3PO4                                                                       10. HBr 

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Classify each of these compounds as an Arrhenius acid, an Arrhenius base, or neither.

 1. HF                                                                             6. NH4OH
 2. KCl                                                                            7. LiOH
 3. C2H6                                                                           8. HCIO3
 4. Mn(OH)                                                                   9. Ca(OH)2
 5. H3PO                                                                      10. HBr
 

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