• Acids are a distinct class of compounds because of the properties of their aqueous solutions.
  • Those properties are outlined below: Aqueous solutions of acids are electrolytes, meaning that they conduct an electrical current.
  • Some acids are strong electrolytes because they ionize completely in water, yielding a great many ions.
  • Other acids are weak electrolytes that exist primarily in a non-ionized form when dissolved in water.
  • Acids have a sour taste.
  • Lemons, vinegar,
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