Lewis Acid-Base Theory
by: Designmate • 0
The Eureka.in ‘Lewis Acid- Base Theory’ app discusses the theory which rests on the principle that a substance which accepts an electron pair is called a Lewis acid, and the one which donates an electron pair is called a Lewis base. The app describes how the Lewis Theory attempts to offset the flaws characterizing other acid-base theories and also lets you derive the conclusion that a strong acid is not the same as a concentrated acid or base.
Secondary school students can refer to ‘Lewis Acid- Base Theory’ and consolidate their learning on the topic through the following learning objects:
• An animated video for clear visualization of the concept
• A concise in-animation text to support the visuals
• Multiple choice quiz
• Relevant key terms
• Additional web links to expand your knowledge further
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