In the following net ionic equation, identify each reactant as either a Bronsted-Lowry acid or a Bronsted-Lowry base+H20(IHF(aq)> F'(aq) + H30 (aqВ-LВ-LThe formula of the reactant that acts as a proton donor isThe formula of the reactant that acts as a proton acceptor is

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Chp 13-4

In the following net ionic equation, identify each reactant as either a Bronsted-Lowry acid or a Bronsted-Lowry base
+H20(I
HF(aq)
> F'(aq) + H30 (aq
В-L
В-L
The formula of the reactant that acts as a proton donor is
The formula of the reactant that acts as a proton acceptor is
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In the following net ionic equation, identify each reactant as either a Bronsted-Lowry acid or a Bronsted-Lowry base +H20(I HF(aq) > F'(aq) + H30 (aq В-L В-L The formula of the reactant that acts as a proton donor is The formula of the reactant that acts as a proton acceptor is

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The given reaction is shown below.

HF (aq)+H,O()F" (aq)+H,O" (aq)
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HF (aq)+H,O()F" (aq)+H,O" (aq)

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According to Bronsted acid-base theory, the species that has capacity to donate proton is called an acid, whereas the species that accepts the proton is called a base.

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From the reaction, it is clear that F- is the conjugate base of HF. The species formed after an acid looses electrons ...

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