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Acid & Base Behavior of Amines: Definition & Structure

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Which of the following is true about amines bound to a benzene ring?

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1. Which of the following types of amines could be a weak Bronsted-Lowry acid?

2. Why is the lone pair of electrons in an amine important for their acid and base properties?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

What kinds of amines can be a weak Bronsted-Lowry acid? This quiz and worksheet is a fast way to gauge your ability to answer this question and others about the acid and base behavior of amines.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be tested on the following:

  • Characteristic of amines bound to a benzene ring
  • Weak Bronsted-Lowry acids
  • Acid and base properties of a lone pair of electrons
  • How to describe a Bronsted-Lowry base
  • True statement about amines as bases

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about amines bound to a benzene ring and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained about Bronsted-Lowry bases
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about amines as bases

Additional Learning

Continue learning about this topic with the lesson titled Acid & Base Behavior of Amines: Definition & Structure. Below are examples of what the lesson covers:

  • What the Arrhenius definition defines
  • Carbon bonds of amines
  • Why amines are essential to your body
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