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Which term describes a substance that increases the concentration of hydroxide ions in solution? lewis definition of an acid arrhenius definition of a base bronsted-lowry definition of a base bronsted-lowry definition of an acid

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Victoria Fowler on December 7, 2018

Answer: Option (b) is the correct answer.Explanation:Arrhenius defined acids as substances that dissociate in water to give hydrogen ions and bases are substances that dissociate in water to give hydroxide ions. Or in other words, acids are substances that increases the concentration of hydrogen ions in the solution. While bases are substances that increases the concentration of hydroxide ions in the solution.Therefore, we can conclude that the arrhenius definition of a base describe a substance that increases the concentration of hydroxide ions in the solution.


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