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Concept This site provides more information about acids and bases. Click on each theory and see what this author has to say about acids and bases. Be sure to look at the link that compares
was Svante Arrhenius? Svante Arrhenius won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Visit this site to find out more about this great chemist. Write a short paragraph in your Science Journal about why Arrhennius
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of Caverns Visit this site to see natural formations in caves. These formations were created by carbonic acid. Compare and contrast how these formations were created.
Acid Formic acid is used in many industrial processes. Visit this site to learn some of the properties and uses of this acid. After you have read about formic acid click on the link
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