anonymous
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Bronsted Lowry question
Chemistry
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
so I know its about the transfer of a proton aka H+ but I read from a site where they had a transfer of proton but also an electron aka OH- so is a transfer of electron also part of BL or is it only the proton? @JFraser
anonymous
  • anonymous
Acid is proton donor, base proton acceptor lewis acid accepts electrons, lewis base donates electron pair such as OH
anonymous
  • anonymous
first part is bronsted acid/base make sense?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Proton is bronsted rules, electrons are lewis rules
anonymous
  • anonymous
they are essential the same when you react, but bronsted specifically talks about protons and lewis talks about electrons
anonymous
  • anonymous
makes sense! and im not trying to say your wrong or anything but are you 100% sure that bronsted ONLY talk about protons?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes that is its definition
anonymous
  • anonymous
google it and you will see, or use your text book
anonymous
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