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Brønsted-Lowry definitions:
Acids donate a proton.
Bases accept a proton.
Recall from general chemistry this classic example.
3.1 Acids and Bases
Copyright 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Klein, Organic Chemistry 1e
3 -1
Brønsted-Lowry definitions:
A conjugate acid results when a base accepts a proton.
A conjugate base results when an acid gives up a proton.
Recall from general chemistry this classic example:
Label the acid, base, and the conjugates in the reaction
below.
3.1 Acids and Bases
Conjugate Acids and Bases
Copyright 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Klein, Organic Chemistry 1e
3 -2
Draw reasonable products for the following acid/base
reaction, and label the conjugates.
Water is considered neutral. Does that mean
it is neither an acid nor a base?
3.1 Acids and Bases
Copyright 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Klein, Organic Chemistry 1e
3 -3

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3.1 Acids and Bases BrnstedLowry definitions: Acids donate a proton. Bases accept a proton. Recall from general chemistry this classic example. Copyright 2012 John Wiley 3 1, Inc. Klein, Organic Chemistry 1e 3.1 Acids and Bases Conjugate Acids and Bases BrnstedLowry definitions: A conjugate acid results when a base accepts a proton. A conjugate base results when an acid gives up a proton. Recall from general chemistry this classic example: Label the acid, base, and the conjugates in the reaction below. Copyright 2012 John Wiley3 2ons, Inc. Klein, Organic Chemistry 1e 3.1 Acids and Bases Draw reasonable products for the following acidbase reaction, and label the conjugates. Water is considered neutral. Does that mean it is neither an acid nor a base? Copyright 2012 John Wiley 3 3s, Inc. Klein, Organic Chemistry 1e
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