Problem: According to the Bronsted-Lowry definition, what happens in an acid-base reaction? a. An acid transfers a proton to a base.b. A base transfers a proton to an acid.c. A base donates an electron pair to an acid.d. An acid donates an electron pair to a base.e. An acid and a base always react to form salt and water.

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According to the Bronsted-Lowry definition, what happens in an acid-base reaction? 

a. An acid transfers a proton to a base.
b. A base transfers a proton to an acid.
c. A base donates an electron pair to an acid.
d. An acid donates an electron pair to a base.
e. An acid and a base always react to form salt and water.

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