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Posted by Sara on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 10:01pm.

In the reaction between CV+ and ľOH, one species is acting as the Lewis base, the other as the Lewis acid. (Note: A Lewis acid is not necessarily a proton donor. It is, however, always an electron pair acceptor).

Which reagent is the Lewis acid?

A. CV+
B. ľOH

Which reagent is the Lewis base?

A. CV+
B. ľOH

Which orbital of the Lewis acid is involved in the reaction?

A. HOMO
B. LUMO

Which orbital of the Lewis base is involved in the reaction?

A. HOMO
B. LUMO

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