arrhenius theory of ionization

What are the limitations of Arrhenius theory of ionization?

Limitations of Arrhenius Theory The Arrhenius theory provides a current description and classification of acids and bases based on their solubility in aqueous solutions. There are numerous classification theories and notions for acids and bases. Historically, substances that tasted sour (such as citric acid, acetic acid, and oxalic acid) were termed acids, and those that …

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State and Explain Arrhenius Theory of Ionization

The Arrhenius Acid and Base Theory of Ionization Abstract In 1884, Swedish Svante Arrhenius established the theory of acid and base based on the ionisation theory. According to Arrhenius, acids are hydrogen-containing compounds that ionize into H+ ions or protons in water, whereas bases are hydroxide compounds that ionize (dissociate) into OH ions. This idea only …

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