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H2SO4 → will increase H+ concentration
NH3 → will increase OH- concentration
Arrhenius acid-base reaction
H2SO4 → donated H+
NH3 → accepted H+
Classify the following as Arrhenius, Brønsted-Lowry, or Lewis acid-base reactions. A reaction may fit all, two, one, or none of the categories:
(b) H2SO4 + NH3 ⇌ HSO4− + NH4+
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