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Acidic Solutions

Contains more hydrogen ions than hydroxide ions

Basic Solutions

Contains more hydroxide ions than hydrogen ions

Arrhenius Model

States that an acid is a substance that contains hydrogen

Bronsted - Lowry Model

An acid is a hydrogen ion donor. A base is a hydrogen ion acceptor

Conjugate Acid

A base accepts a hydrogen ion

Conjugate Base

An acid donates a hydrogen ion

Lewis Model

A Lewis acid is an electron-pair acceptor and a Lewis base is an electron-pair donor

Strong Acids

Acids that ionized completely

Weak Acid

An acid that ionizes only partially in dillute aqueous solution

Acid Ionization Constant

The value of the equilibrium contrast expression for the ionization of a weak acid