Problem: For the following reaction: (i) Predict the product of the acid-base reaction (clearly showing important lone pairs and bonds) (ii) Use arrow-pushing to show the electron movement and changes in bonding (iii) Determine which side of the equilibrium is favored and provide a factor to account for the side of the equilibrium. 

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For the following reaction:

(i) Predict the product of the acid-base reaction (clearly showing important lone pairs and bonds)

(ii) Use arrow-pushing to show the electron movement and changes in bonding

(iii) Determine which side of the equilibrium is favored and provide a factor to account for the side of the equilibrium. 

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