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12.4 Lewis Acids and Bases
An acid is any substance (molecule, ion or atom) that can accept a lone pair of electrons to form a co-ordinate bond.
A base is any species (molecule or ion) that can donate a lone pair of electrons to form a co-ordinate bond.
Lowry and Bronsted Concept12.2 -
Conjugate Acid Base Pairs12.3 -
Amphoteric Substance12.4 -
Lewis Acids and Bases12.5 -
Strong and Weak Acids and Bases12.6 -
Ostwald's Dilution Law12.8 -
Hydrogen Ion Concentration : pH12.9 -
Polyprotic Acids12.10 -
Methods of Preparation of Salts12.12 -
Properties of Salts