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Generally, Mineral acids are acids which do not contain [[carbon]], specifically not a {{#Chem: —COOH}} ligand. Uncommon examples would be perchloric acid and boric acid.
 
Generally, Mineral acids are acids which do not contain [[carbon]], specifically not a {{#Chem: —COOH}} ligand. Uncommon examples would be perchloric acid and boric acid.
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==See Also==
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* [[Mineral acid interconversion]]

Latest revision as of 19:05, 13 January 2020

Generally, Mineral acids are acids which do not contain carbon, specifically not a —COOH ligand. Uncommon examples would be perchloric acid and boric acid.

See Also

Pages in category "Mineral Acids"

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