Acids are defined as substances that have very sour taste. They also react with bases and produce hydrogen-gas when used to dissolve metals such as zinc and iron.
Bases are usually thought of as the chemical opposite of acids. They are commonly defined as compounds that form aqueous solutions that taste bitter, have a high pH (>7), cause litmus paper to turn blue, are slippery to the touch, and react with acids to form water and salts.
With the demand to synthesize highly complex natural products and obtain new chemical structures for probing uncharted chemical space, organometallic reagents have
Inorganics are elements and compounds, including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonates, cyanides, cyanates, and carbides, that do not contain a carbon-hydrogen bond.
Hydrogen ion buffers comprising a mixture of a weak acid and its conjugate base or vice-versa. Standard-value solutions used for a broad array of scientific calibration purposes.
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