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  • Amphiprotic — In chemistry and physical sciences, a substance is described as amphiprotic if it can both donate or accept a proton, thus acting either like an acid or a base (according to Brønsted Lowry theory of acids and bases: acids are proton donors and… …   Wikipedia

  • amphiprotic — adjective having characteristics of both an acid and a base and capable of reacting as either • Syn: ↑amphoteric • Ant: ↑acidic (for: ↑amphoteric), ↑alkaline (for: ↑amphoteric) …   Useful english dictionary

  • amphiprotic solvent — amfiprotoninis tirpiklis statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Tirpiklis, turintis ir rūgštinių, ir bazinių savybių. atitikmenys: angl. amphiprotic solvent rus. амфипротный растворитель; амфипротонный растворитель …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • amphiprotic — adjective being able to both donate and accept a proton, and thus being able to react both as an acid and a base; amphoteric …   Wiktionary

  • amphiprotic — am·phi·pro·tic …   English syllables

  • amphiprotic — /æmfəˈprɒtɪk/ (say amfuh protik) adjective capable of acting either as an acid or a base, i.e., as a proton donor or acceptor, according to the nature of the environment …  

  • Amino acid — This article is about the class of chemicals. For the structures and properties of the standard proteinogenic amino acids, see Proteinogenic amino acid. The generic structure of an alpha amino acid in its unionized form …   Wikipedia

  • Nitrogen — carbon ← nitrogen → oxygen ↑ N ↓ P …   Wikipedia

  • Amphoterism — In chemistry, an amphoteric substance is one that can react as either an acid or base. [GoldBookRef | title = amphoteric | file = A00306] The word is derived from the Greek prefix ampho (αμφί ) meaning both .Many metals (such as zinc, tin, lead,… …   Wikipedia

  • Disproportionation — Disproportionation, also known as dismutation is used to describe a specific type of redox reaction in which a species is simultaneously reduced and oxidized so as to form two different products. For example: the UV photolysis of mercury(I)… …   Wikipedia

  • Nonaqueous titration — is the titration of substances dissolved in nonaqueous solvents. It is the most common titrimetric procedure used in pharmacopoeial assays and serves a double purpose: it is suitable for the titration of very weak acids and very weak bases, and… …   Wikipedia

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