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Ch.15 - Acid and Base Equilibrium
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Solution: According to the Arrhenius theory, a neutralization reaction involves:       A) the dissociation of a strong acid to hydrogen ions and an anion. B) the dissociation of a strong base into hydroxide ions and a cation. C) the addition of water to ammonia to make ammonium hydroxide. D) the combination of hydrogen ions and hydroxide ions to form water

Problem

According to the Arrhenius theory, a neutralization reaction involves:      

A) the dissociation of a strong acid to hydrogen ions and an anion.

B) the dissociation of a strong base into hydroxide ions and a cation.

C) the addition of water to ammonia to make ammonium hydroxide.

D) the combination of hydrogen ions and hydroxide ions to form water