Household spill

Household spill
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  • OH NO A LARGE AMMONIA SPILL!! NOBODY PANIC
  • Oh no! How do we clean this up!?
  • Ok let's think! We could use the Bronsted Lowry and Arrhenius theory? What do you think?
  • The what?!
  • Bronsted theory is stating that any compound that can transfer a proton to any other compound is an acid, and the compound that accepts the proton is a base A proton is a nuclear particle with a unit positive electrical charge; it is represented by the symbol H+ because it constitutes the nucleus of a hydrogen atom.
  • ohhh but what about the Arrhenius one? 
  • Acid- base reactions are characterized by Arrhenius acids, which dissociate in aqueous solution form hydrogen or the later termed hydronium ions and Arrhenius bases which form hydroxide ions. 
  • So arrehnius base would be something like soap or even water because the compunds give OH- in aqueous solutions. Arrhenius acid would be something like hydrochloric acid or even sulfuric acid.
  • What are they even used for?
  • Bronsted base would be Ammonia acts as a base when reacting with water to form a hydroxide ion and an ammonium ion and another would be water itself can act as a base when reacting with another water molecule to form a hydroxide ion and a hydronium ion. Bronsted acid would be Hydrochloric acid because it donates a hydrogen ion and acetic acid because it is the proton donor.
  • What about the bronsted acid and base?
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