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Recognizing Acids and Bases in Organic Chemistry

There are two general types of acids: (1) those in which the acidic proton is bound to a neutral atom and (2) those in which the acidic proton is bound to a positively charged atom. Likewise, there are two types of bases, both of which have at least one lone pair: (1) negatively charged atoms and (2) neutral atoms.
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