Answer to Question #50448 in Other Chemistry for meagan
2NH3 + Ag+ Ag(NH3)2+
What is the Lewis acid in this equation?
What is the Lewis base in this equation?
A Lewis base is any species that donates a pair of electrons to a Lewis acid to form a Lewis adduct. In this example NH3 is the Lewis base, it donates a pair of electrons to free orbital of Ag+, which is the Lewis acid in this equation. Ag+ is the Lewis acid in this equation NH3 is the Lewis base in this equation
There are certain things that people in the business world frown upon. Things like lows in the economy, housing crisis,…
APPROVED BY CLIENTS
Great place. Affordable saved me multiple times through difficult times. I had a tough break up and couldn't complete my Comp Sci and Machine Learning. I'm an A+ student. I got sick and suicidal fell into depression. Had it done for me. A + in the class. The workers here floated me through 5 hard weeks of class when I just about dropped out.