This sounds like some kind of convoluted chemistry lab question. An acid is, by definition, any chemical compound dissolved in water that creates a solution with a hydrogen ion activity greater than that found in pure water. That is, a pH reading must read below 7.0 for said compound’s solution. Good examples of acids would be acetic acid (vinegar) and sulfuric acid (used in car batteries.) You can tell if something is an acid by using litmus paper, which will turn red in the presence of an acid and blue in the presence of a base. Acids can occur in all three forms, depending on temperature, and as pure substances as well as in solutions.
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