write the identification concept of arrhenius and bronsted acid and base

Asked by pritamkumar91999 | 10th Mar, 2021, 02:35: PM

Expert Answer:

Arhenius Acid- According to the Arrhenius theory, a substance which has hydrogen atom and can easily give hydrogen ion or proton in its aqueous solution is called as Arrhenius acid. For example, when hydrochloric acid is dissolved in water,

 
Arhenius Base- An Arrhenius base is a substrate that increases the concentration of hydroxide ions in the aqueous solution. The example for Arrhenius base is  sodium hydroxide compound in water, which dissociates to give sodium ion and hydroxide ion.
 

Bronsted acid: Proton donor which donates H+ ions in aqueous solutions.

Bronsted base: Proton acceptor which accepts H+ ions in aqueous solutions.

According to Bronsted–Lowry, water is amphoteric because it donates as well as accepts protons

Answered by Ravi | 11th Mar, 2021, 05:28: PM

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