How Many Acids Are There in the World?

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Acids are chemicals which will turn litmus paper red. Litmus is a coloured chemical which can change from red to blue and back again. Which colour it is depends upon the concentration of Hydrogen ions. There are organic acids e.g.  ethanoic acid and inorganic acids e.g.  Hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, nitric acid, carbonic acid and phosphoric acid
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