As single-base acids in aqueous solution can manifest themselves:a) sulfuric acid; b) hydrochloric acid; c) phosphoric acid; d) nitric acid?
Answer from: Elias:
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Single-base acids are acids that contain only one hydrogen atom. In aqueous solution, such acids dissociate into one positively charged hydrogen ion and a negatively charged acidic residue.
Among the acids listed, the single-base acids are: hydrochloric acid (HCI), nitric acid (HNO3).