H2SO4 + NH3  HSO4 - + NH4 + 12. H2SO4 goes to HSO4 - a) Did it gain or lose a proton? _________ b) Is it a Brønsted -Lowery acid or base? ___________ 13. NH3 goes to NH4 + a) Did it gain or lose a proton? ___________ b) Is it a Brønsted -Lowery acid or base? _________

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Equation is as follow,                                  H₂SO₄ + NH₃   →   HSO₄⁻ + NH₄⁺ H₂SO₄ goes to HSO₄⁻: a) H₂SO₄ has lost one proton. b) It is a Brønsted -Lowery acid as it has donated H⁺. NH₃ goes to NH₄⁺: a) NH₃ has gained proton. b) It is a Brønsted -Lowery base as it has accepted proton.


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