Problem: How many atoms and electrons are directly involved in the bond-making and bond-breaking of a Lewis acid-base reaction? (A) three atoms, four electrons (B) two atoms, four electrons (C) three atoms, two electrons (D) two atoms, two electrons

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How many atoms and electrons are directly involved in the bond-making and bond-breaking of a Lewis acid-base reaction?

(A) three atoms, four electrons

(B) two atoms, four electrons

(C) three atoms, two electrons

(D) two atoms, two electrons

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