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  1. Arrhenius acids _________ in aqueous solutions.
    increase the concentration of H+ ions
  2. Arrhenius bases _________ in aqueous solutions.
    increase the concentration of OH- ions
  3. Bronsted-Lowry acids _________
    donate an H+ ion
  4. Bronsted-Lowry bases_________
    accept an H+ ion
  5. The conjugate base is _________
    whatever is left of the acid after the proton is donated
  6. The conjugate acid is _________
    whatever is left of the base after the proton is accepted
  7. To find conjugate base, _________
    remove an H+ ion from the reactant acid
  8. To find conjugate acid _________
    add an H+ ion to the reactant base
  9. A strong acid means a _________ conjugate base
    weak
  10. The formula for pH is _________
    -log [H+]
  11. The formula for pOH is _________
    -log [OH-]
  12. All strong acids _________ in solution
    ionize completely
  13. A large Ka means _________
    a strong acid
  14. The pOH of a weak base solution is _________
    the square root of Kb multiplied by the initial concentration of the base
  15. Percent hydrolysis in a weak base solution is _________
    the pOH over initial concentration multiplied by 100
  16. Lewis bases _________
    donate an electron pair
  17. Lewis acids _________
    accept an electron pair

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