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Solution: Complete this Brønsted-Lowry reaction, placing each product by its appropriate label.HSO4- + BrO-Acid? + Base?

Solution: Complete this Brønsted-Lowry reaction, placing each product by its appropriate label.HSO4- + BrO-Acid? + Base?

Problem

Complete this Brønsted-Lowry reaction, placing each product by its appropriate label.

HSO4- + BrO-

Acid? + Base?


Solution

Brønsted-Lowry acids donate protons while bases accept protons.

Given HSO4- and BrO-, we say that HSO4- acts as the acid and will donate a proton (H+) to BrOthe base. The reaction is as follows:

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