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In the reaction between CV+ and –OH, 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. –OH

Which reagent is the Lewis base?

A. CV+
B. –OH

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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    a, b, b, a

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    no that's not right

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    shut up lex. yes it is.

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    yes its right, cv, oh, lumo, homo

  • chemistry -

    CV
    OH
    LUMO
    HOMO

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    snake and june are right :)

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    summer 2k16, CV OH LUMO HOMO is indeed correct thanks guys

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