engineering chemistry... acids and bases

Reply Tue 21 Aug, 2012 01:11 am
explain the following theorem;
broston and lawry
svante arrhenius
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Reply Tue 21 Aug, 2012 05:41 am
Science does not have theorems, mathematics has theorems. Science has threorys.

These are different ways to view acids and bases.

Bronstead Lowery --An acid is a protron donor (H+), a base is a proton (H+) acceptor.

Take hydrogen chloride (HCl)--dissolve it in water (Ag) it becomes an acid as the proton (positive hydrogen ion is given up)

Svante Arrhenius--came up with the conept of neutralization of strong acids and strong bases. that led to the acid base theory of Bronstead-Lowery.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrhenius_acids


Reply Tue 21 Aug, 2012 10:51 am
Arhenius was a thied of Van Hoft who cae up with the rate equations about 10 years (I believe) before Arhenius plagiarized him, the scientific world is one of steal or be stolen from. Look at poor Ros Franklin and DNA
Reply Mon 3 Sep, 2012 01:48 am
well thats one man's opinion... answer the question...
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Reply Mon 3 Sep, 2012 01:52 am
you are gud... i'll give ypou that
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