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    Difference Between a Lewis Base and Lewis Acid

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    Which of the following cannot act as a Lewis base?

    A. Cl-

    B. NH3

    C. BF3

    D. H2O

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    A Lewis acid is a substance that acts as an electron acceptor or electrophile. A Lewis base is a substance that acts as ...

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    The solution explains the difference between a Lewis acid and a Lewis base by using the given compounds as examples.

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