MapRoberts & Company Publisherspresented by pling LeamingOrganic ChenmistryOudonFor the Bronsted acid-base reaction shown below, determine the conjugate acid-base pairs.Then give the curved-arrow notation for the reaction in the left-to-right direction. (To draw the arrows, click onthe reaction to get into the edit mode, then click on the curved arrow icon.)40:20:HaC+H H>HaCHABCDFill in the blarnks with the letters A,B,C, and D, representing the species in the reaction above.(It doesn't matter which pair you list first.)acid and its conjugate baseacid and its conjugate baseADO PreviousGive Up & View Salution)Check AnswerNextExitHint

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Organic Chenmistry
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For the Bronsted acid-base reaction shown below, determine the conjugate acid-base pairs.
Then give the curved-arrow notation for the reaction in the left-to-right direction. (To draw the arrows, click on
the reaction to get into the edit mode, then click on the curved arrow icon.)
40:
20:
HaC
+H H
>HaC
H
A
B
C
D
Fill in the blarnks with the letters A,B,C, and D, representing the species in the reaction above.
(It doesn't matter which pair you list first.)
acid and its conjugate base
acid and its conjugate base
A
D
O Previous
Give Up & View Salution)Check Answer
Next
Exit
Hint
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Map Roberts & Company Publishers presented by pling Leaming Organic Chenmistry Oudon For the Bronsted acid-base reaction shown below, determine the conjugate acid-base pairs. Then give the curved-arrow notation for the reaction in the left-to-right direction. (To draw the arrows, click on the reaction to get into the edit mode, then click on the curved arrow icon.) 40: 20: HaC +H H >HaC H A B C D Fill in the blarnks with the letters A,B,C, and D, representing the species in the reaction above. (It doesn't matter which pair you list first.) acid and its conjugate base acid and its conjugate base A D O Previous Give Up & View Salution)Check Answer Next Exit Hint

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Bronsted acid is any species that is capable of donating a proton (H+)

Bronsted base is any species that is capable of accepting a proton (H+), which requires a lone pair of electrons to bond to the H+.

The conjugate base of a Bronsted acid is the species formed after the acid donates a proton.

The conjugate acid of a Bronsted base is the species formed after the base accepts a proton.

The given Bronsted acid- base reaction is :

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pair Canjugati acid-hase 21 -6-H t H--H H3C-C H-O-H H A C (acd) Coase) (onjigate(apagale aud) jbase enjugrle acd -buse pair

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Here, acetic acid (A) is the Bronsted acid as it donates a proton to form acetate ion (C), which is the conjugate base formed after donating a proton from the acid, A.

Water (B) is the Bronsted base as it accepts a proton to form hydronium ion (D), which is the conjugate acid formed after the base (B) accepts a proton.

 Therefore, the conjugate acid-base pairs are:

A (acid) and C (its conjugate base)

B (base) and D (its conjugate acid)

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Filling in the blanks with A, B, C and D :

Acetic acid (A) is the Bronsted acid as it donates a proton to form acetate ion (C), which is the conjugate base formed after donating a proton fro...

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acid and its conjugate base acid and its conjugate base A D B C

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