What is the Arrhenius base that contains the lithium cation?

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Mar 26, 2018

Answer:

Lithium hydroxide

Explanation:

Arrhenius bases are bases that dissociate into hydroxide #(OH^-)# ions in aqueous solutions.

So, an Arrhenius base with a lithium cation would be lithium hydroxide.

Lithium cation has a charge of #+1#, while a hydroxide ion has a charge of #-1#, and so criss-crossing, we get #LiOH#.