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    Bronsted Lowry Theory

    Identify all the ions and molecules that can act as Bronsted-Lowry bases:
    a) Br-
    b) Li+
    c)H3PO4
    d)NH4+
    e)H2O
    f) NH2-

    What am i supposed to do? Am I supposed to state what happens to the ions when they are considered a base? So I add an H to all of them of what?
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    Re: Bronsted Lowry Theory

    Answer :- H2o, Br-, NH2- are called Bronsted-Lowry bases, because they easily accept protons.

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