Oxyacid

• (n.) An acid containing oxygen, as chloric acid or sulphuric acid; -- contrasted with the hydracids, which contain no oxygen, as hydrochloric acid. See Acid, and Hydroxy-.
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oxyacid

(from the article `chemical compound`) ...and dinitrogen pentoxide (N2O5), in which the nonmetal exhibits one of its common oxidation numbers, are known as acid anhydrides. These oxides ... A simple rule applies to the strengths of the oxyacids, which can be given the general formula XO(OH), in which X is any nonmetal. In these ... [...
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oxyacid

oxygen acid noun any acid that contains oxygen
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Oxyacid

Ox`y·ac'id noun [ Oxy- (a) + acid .] (Chemistry) An acid containing oxygen, as chloric acid or sulphuric acid; -- contrasted with the hydracids , which contain no oxygen, as hydrochloric acid. See Acid , and Hydroxy- .
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oxyacid

oxyacid An acid containing oxygen as distinguished from a hydracid formed by the union of hydrogen with a halogen.
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Oxyacid

When one or more hydroxide (OH) groups are bonded to a central atom.
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oxyacid

When one or more hydroxide (OH) groups are bonded to a central atom.
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oxyacid

[n] - any acid that contains oxygen
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