The application of the theory of acid and base interaction of M.I. Usanovich in science and education
The application of universal theory of M.I. Usanovich in science and education is presented in this paper. On the basis of the ionic theory of Arrhenius is considered the degree of dissociation, the constant dissociation, pH value and the equilibrium of constant. Theory of Franklin developing the ionic theory is presented. The wide application of proton theory of Bronsted is reviewed in chemical science and education with an explanation of the features of acid-base reactions. Limitation of electron theory of Lewis is shown. The ionic theory of Arrhenius and proton theory of Bronsted are comparatively discussed and possibility of application of theory of Usanovich is considered in all chemical processes. The formation regularity of salts is presented in the result of interaction of acid and base using generalized theory of Usanovich.
Moreover, the acid and base property of simple and complex compounds are studied on base universal of the theory of Usanovich and its regularity is discussed on the examples of chemical interaction.
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