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Acids and Bases

TermDefinition
The Arrhenius definition of an acid A substance that dissociates to produce Hydrogen ions
The Arrhenius definition of a strong acid A substance that dissociates almost completely to give hydrogen ions
The Arrhenius definition of a weak acid A substance that only slightly dissociates to give hydrogen ions
The Arrhenius definition of a base A substance that dissociates to produce hydroxide ions
The Arrhenius definition of a strong base A substance that dissociates almost completely to give hydroxide ions
The Arrhenius definition of a weak base A substance that only slightly dissociates to give hydroxide ions
The bronsted-Lowry definition of an acid A good proton donor
The bronsted-Lowry definition of a base A good proton acceptor
Conjugate base The result when an acid donates a proton
Conjugate acid The result when a base accepts a proton
Conjugate acid-base pair A pair consisting of an acid and base that differs by one proton
A salt When a hydrogen ion from an acid is replaced by a metal or ammonium ion
Neutralisation The reaction between an acid and base to form a salt and water
Created by: JackEatonK98