Autoprotolysis

In autoprotolysis a proton is transferred between two identical molecules, one of which acts as a Brønsted acid, releasing a proton which is accepted by the other molecule acting as a Brønsted base. For example water undergoes autoprotolysis in the self-ionization of water reaction. Any solvent that contains both acidic hydrogen and lone pairs o...
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autoprotolysis

(from the article `chemical compound`) ...of water is its ability to behave both as an acid (a proton donor) and a base (a proton acceptor), the characteristic property of amphoteric ...
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autoprotolysis

A proton (hydron) transfer reaction between two identical molecules (usually a solvent), one acting as a Brønsted acid and the other as a Brønsted base. For example: 2 H2O H3O+ + OH-
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autoprotolysis

autoionization; autoionization constant; autoprotolysis constant. Transfer of a hydrogen ion between molecules of the same substance, e. g. the autoprotolysis of methanol (2 CH3OH = CH3OH2+ + CH3O-). Autoprotolysis of water into hydronium ions and hydroxide ions results in equilibriu...
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autoprotolysis

solvent dissociation into anion and proton.
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Autoprotolysis

Transfer of a hydrogen ion between molecules of the same substance, e. g. the autoprotolysis of meth
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