What are examples of acids and bases?

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Acids would be uric acid (found in urine), vinegar, oranges, lemons, nitric acid, and tartaric acid. Bases would be water, toothpaste, and milk of magnesia.
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There are several definitions of acids and bases. Because of this, the answer depends on the definition. Using the Lewis acid/base definition, any molecule that accepts electrons
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An example of an acid would be, vinegar. An example of a base would be, baking soda.
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Johann Friedrich Miescher discovered DNA in the nineteenth century. He called it nuclein because he found it in the nucleus of a cell. While the term nuclein has fallen into disuse,
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What Phil is describing is the Lewis theory of acids and bases, but there is also the Brønstad-Lowry theory which is used to define acids and bases. The B-L theory focuses
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