Since a hydrogen atom is a proton and one electron, technically an H<sup>+</sup> ion is just
a proton. So an acid is a "proton donor", and a base is a "
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The symbol for a hydrogen ion in water is H<sup>+</sup>(aq) (see examples). Lowry and
Brønsted defined an acid as a proton donor and a base as a
Any species (cation or anion or atom) which can accept proton or hydrogen ion is
In the Lowry-Brønsted model: "A Brønsted acid is a proton donor, and a Brønsted
base is a
An acid is a "proton donor." A base is a "
Hydrogen bonding equilibrium constants have been measured for a large and
varied selection of
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