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Acids in aqueous solutions are called proton (H+ or more accurately H3O+) donors. The forward reaction shows acetic (ethanoic) acid acting as an acid by releasing hydrogen ions.

Bases in aqueous solutions are proton acceptor. For example, sodium hydroxide ionises to form hydroxide ions. These hydroxide ions accept a proton(hydrogen ion) to form water as shown in the equations below.