Which of the following are Arrhenius Bases?
Arrhenius Bases are compounds or substances that has or contains Hydoxide (OH) in its formula and produces Hydroxide (OH-) ion in water. So the following are Arrhenius Bases:
A) CH3OH and B) CH3COOH
Spotting an Arrhenius base is based on the presence of an OH group which is dissociated in water, from the above options C. HOH or water is the Arrhenius Base, A is an Alcohol, B an Acid and D has no OH group.