Theories of acids & bases questions

1. Using the reactions between water and ammonia and water and hydrogen chloride explain why water can be considered as both a Brønsted-Lowry acid and a Brønsted-Lowry base. In each case give the acid - conjugate base pairs.2. The hydroxide ion, OH–, can show amphiprotic behaviour. Deduce the acid – conjugate base pairs when it is acting (a) as an acid and (b) as a base.3. State the conjugate acid formed from (a)...

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