Arrhenius acid is a hydrogen-containing substance which produces hydrogen ion (H + ) in its aqueous solution.
Examples of two such acids are Nitric acid and hydrochloric acid.
HNO3→ H + + NO3-
HCl → H + + Cl-
Arrhenius base is hydroxide containing substance and which produces OH- ion in its aqueous solution.
Examples of two such bases are sodium Hydroxide and potassium hydroxide.
NaOH → Na + + OH-
KOH → K + + OH-
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