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030 - Neutralization Reaction
In a neutralization reaction (or acid-base reaction) a proton is transferred from the Brønsted
Lowry acid to the BrønstedLowry base. Water is amphoteric and so it can serve as either an acid or a base in a neutralization reaction. The strength of an acid or a base is determined by the ability to donate or receive a proton.
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