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What are the differences between an acid and a base?

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The differences between an acid and a base are that acids are corrosive, have a bitter taste, react with bases and metals, are electroyltes, and produce a salt and water when paired with a base while bases have a bitter taste, are usually slippery.

Dr. John Carmen | 271 days ago