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What are Oxo-Acids ? explain briefly........................................................

What are Oxo-Acids ? explain briefly........................................................

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
3 years ago
An oxoacid is a corrosive that contains oxygen. In particular, it is an aggravate that contains hydrogen, oxygen, and no less than one other component, with no less than one hydrogen iota cling to oxygen that can separate to create the H+ cation and the anion of the corrosive. 
An oxoacid particle contains the structure X−O−H, where different molecules or iota gatherings can be associated with the focal iota X. In an answer, such an atom can be separated into particles in two unmistakable ways: 
•    X−O−H ↔ (X−O)− + H+ 
•    X−O−H ↔ X+ + OH− 

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