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CBSE - X - Chemistry

Ans URGENTLY:(1)How are carboxylic acids different from mineral acids from ionisation point of view?(2)sodium is an unreactive gas and argon is a gas of extremely low reactivity.Do their atoms have anything in common?

Asked by Vikas 17th March 2017, 5:55 PM
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Carboxylic acid are organic acids and mineral acids are inorganic acids.

Carboxylic acids on dissolution in water dissociate partially while mineral acids get dissolved in water completely.

On dissolution in water, carboxylic acid dissociate to produce carboxylate ions while mineral acids produce hydrogen ions.

Answered by Expert 17th March 2017, 6:04 PM

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