#1
Hey guys can you tell me the similarity between Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry Acids... and then Bases?

Thanks
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#2
They both have vowels.
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#4
The reason I'm asking is that for a project we have to make a venn diagram comparing Arrhenius to Bronsted.. But I have no idea how to fill it up..
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#7
Just divide by zero. Works for me.
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one side put bases have OH- (arrhenius), other side put bases can accept H+ (bronsted-lowry)

in the middle put acids have H+, as thats in both theories.


Yeah thanks dude thats what I put.. It just seems like there should be more.. but I couldnt find anything else either.. If she gives me a bad grade I'm going to be pissed!
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