I don't feel well! I think I got food poisoning from my sushi.
Let me explain the definition of bronsted-lowery and arrhenius to you. Arrhenius in acid is a substance that contains hydrogen and ionizes to produce hydrogen ions in solution. Arrhenius base is a substance that contains a hydroxide group and ionizes to produce a hydroxide ion in solution. Bronsted-lowery stated acid is a hydrogrn donor and a base is a hydrogen acceptor.
The difference between arrhenius and bronsted-lowry is that in arrhenius states that acids must have H+ and bases must always contain OH-. Whereas, bronsted-lowry states bases do not need to contain OH-.