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Which characteristic of an acid is the basis of the scientific definition of acidity? A. its ability to change the color of litmus paper to red B. its ability to produce hydrogen ions in water C. its ability to corrode metals D. its ability to taste sour
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User: Which characteristic of an acid is the basis of the scientific definition of acidity? A. its ability to change the color of litmus paper to red B. its ability to produce hydrogen ions in water C. its ability to corrode metals D. its ability to taste sour

Weegy: Its the ability to change the color of litmus paper to red s the basis of the scientific definition of acidity.
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User: Which compound is a base? A. soap B. vinegar C. sour milk D. lemon juice

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User: Hydrochloric acid (HCl) and sodium hydroxide (NaOH) will react to form which two compounds?
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Work is reduced, while time is decreased makes simple machines useful for people without enough strength to complete a task.
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