Medical Definition of Bronsted theory

1. That an acid is a substance, charged or uncharged, liberating hydrogen ions in solution, and that a base is a substance that removes them from solution (e.g., NH4+, CH3COOH, and HSO4- are acids; NH3, CH3COO-, and SO4- are bases); useful in the concept of weak electrolytes and buffers. Compare: Bronsted acid, Bronsted base. (05 Mar 2000)



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Bronsted-Lowry acid
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Bronx
Bronx-Whitestone Bridge
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