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Substance that form hydrogen ions in water? Answer is either acid or base.

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  • hba
Simple Question,I hope you can answer this lol ?
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@MollyR What do you think is the answer ?
acid?

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  • hba
Yeah Right and here is your medal :D
Thanks bro :)
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You are welcome mam.
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@MollyR So you are done ?
Um, welll... Unlike carbohydrates and lipids, proteins contain ___________. I think it is either oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, or hydrogen.
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This is Chemistry -_- Please post it in the right portion.
Geez, sorry. Didn't realize.
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Yeah Right lol :D
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Options ?
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@MollyR Do you have options ?
Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Carbon
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I mean what do you think is the answer ?
Oh, I think it's either nitrogen or hydrogen
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Nitrogen :)
YAY! :) Thanks
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Hope you are not cheating ?
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