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Lavelle talked about autoprotolysis a lot throughout lectures, so I wouldnt be surprised to see it show up on the test. Definitions above are good, i would say definitely know the equation and be able to explain it, which shouldnt be that hard if you have a rough understanding of what it is.
Maya Pakulski 1D wrote:Emily Lo 1J wrote:It is the transfer of a proton between the same type of molecule. An example of it would be 2H2O H3O + OH
What are some other common examples of autoprotolysis besides water?
Ammonia and acetic acid can also both undergo autoprolysis.
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