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Complete these Brønsted-Lowry reactions.
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reaction 1: HCO, +H
НСО
-H-
reaction 2: HCO, + OH
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Complete these Brønsted-Lowry reactions. + reaction 1: HCO, +H НСО -H- reaction 2: HCO, + OH ОН about us careers privacy polie 99+

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The substances are said to be bronsted acid if they have tendency to donates the proton in the chemical reaction.

The substances are said to be bronsted base if they have tendency to accept the proton in the chemical reaction.

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Reaction 1:

The equation for the reaction of bicarbonate ion and hydrogen ion is shown below:

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НСО3 +нн,со, In the above chemical reaction, the compound HCO, act as conjugate base and H† acts as conjugate acid. This is so because H™ donates the proton whereas HCO, accepts the proton to fom H,CO Therefore, HC0, is the conjugate base and HT is the conjugate acid.

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Reaction 2:

The equation for the reaction of bicarbon...

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HCO, +OH=CO +H,0 НСО- нСОз In the above chemical reaction, the compound HCO, act as conjugate acid and OH¯ acts co? as conjugate base. This is so because HCO, donates the proton to form CO,whereas OH accepts the proton to form H,0. Therefore, OH is the conjugate base and HCO, is the conjugate acid.

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