Which element is necessarily present in all acids ?


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Hydrogen is necessarily present in all acids.
answered May 30, 2012 by nicesur Moderator (111,850 points)
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Hydrogen ion(H+) must be present in all acids.
answered Oct 17, 2012 by haribaskar Moderator (99,800 points)

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