DarIdentifying Lewis acids and bases in reactionsIn each row check off the boxes that apply to the highlighted reactant.The highlighted reactant acts as a...(check all that apply)reactionBrønsted-Lowry acidBrønsted-Lowry baseHCH ; CO,(aq)+ NH3(aq) → CH3CO2 (aq) + NH, (aq)4Lewis acidLewis baseBrønsted-Lowry acid.2+Brønsted-Lowry baseNi (aq) + 6 NH3(aq) → Ni(NH3)(aq)6.Lewis acidLewis baseBrønsted-Lowry acidBrønsted-Lowry baseN2(9) + 3 H2(g) –→2 NH3(g)Lewis acidLewis base

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Identifying Lewis acids and bases in reactions
In each row check off the boxes that apply to the highlighted reactant.
The highlighted reactant acts as a...
(check all that apply)
reaction
Brønsted-Lowry acid
Brønsted-Lowry base
HCH ; CO,(aq)
+ NH3(aq) → CH3CO2 (aq) + NH, (aq)
4
Lewis acid
Lewis base
Brønsted-Lowry acid
.2+
Brønsted-Lowry base
Ni (aq) + 6 NH3(aq) → Ni(NH3)
(aq)
6.
Lewis acid
Lewis base
Brønsted-Lowry acid
Brønsted-Lowry base
N2(9) + 3 H2(g) –→2 NH3(g)
Lewis acid
Lewis base
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Dar Identifying Lewis acids and bases in reactions In each row check off the boxes that apply to the highlighted reactant. The highlighted reactant acts as a... (check all that apply) reaction Brønsted-Lowry acid Brønsted-Lowry base HCH ; CO,(aq) + NH3(aq) → CH3CO2 (aq) + NH, (aq) 4 Lewis acid Lewis base Brønsted-Lowry acid .2+ Brønsted-Lowry base Ni (aq) + 6 NH3(aq) → Ni(NH3) (aq) 6. Lewis acid Lewis base Brønsted-Lowry acid Brønsted-Lowry base N2(9) + 3 H2(g) –→2 NH3(g) Lewis acid Lewis base

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Step 1

Bronsted-Lowry acid: It is a species that donates proton (H+).

Bronsted-Lowry base: It is a species that accepts proton.

Lewis acid: it is said to be as electron pair acceptor.

Lewis base: It is said to be as electron pair donor.

Step 2

The highlighted reactant in the below given reaction (NH3) is Bronsted-Lowry base and Lewis base.

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Step 3

The highlighted reactant in the below given reaction (Ni2+) is Lewis acid.

Chemistry homework question answer, step 3, image 1

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