Definition of Acid:
Acids in solution have a pH below 7.0, a sour taste, releases hydroxyl ions in water, and turn litmus paper red. Acids are divided into two main classes: (1) Strong acids are very corrosive and cause severe skin burns, examples are hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, and sulfuric acid. Also called mineral or inorganic acids. (2) Weak acids are mildly corrosive and normally do not affect skin, examples are acetic acid (vinegar), citric acid (citrus fruit juice acid), and tartaric acid (used in making mayonnaise). Also called natural or organic acids.
Synonyms of Acid
DET, DMT, Foamite, LSD, Mary Jane, STP, THC, Acerb, Acerbate, Acerbic, Acerbity, Acetic, Acetose, Acetous, Acetylsalicylic acid, Acid, Acidic, Acidity, Acidulant, Acidulated, Acidulent, Acidulous, Acidulousness, Acrid, Acrimonious, Acrimony, Actual cautery, Agent, Alkali, Alkalinity, Alloisomer, Amino acid, Ammono acid, Angry, Animosity, Anion, Antacid, Antidepressant, Aqua fortis, Aqua regia, Arsenic acid, Ascorbic acid, Asperity, Asperous, Aspirin, Astringent, Ataractic, Atom, Automatic sprinkler, Base, Basic, Battery acid, Benzoic acid, Bile, Biochemical, Biting, Bitter, Bitter resentment, Bitterness, Bitterness of spirit, Boric acid, Brand, Brand iron, Branding iron, Bread-and-butter pickle, Burning, Butyric acid, Carbolic acid, Carbon tet, Carbon tetrachloride, Carbon-dioxide foam, Carbonic acid, Cation, Caustic, Causticity, Cauter, Cauterant, Cauterizer, Cautery, Chemical, Chemical element, Chemicobiological, Chemicoengineering, Chemicomineralogical, Chemicophysical, Chemurgic, Chloric acid, Chlorous acid, Chokecherry, Choler, Choleric, Chromic acid, Chromoisomer, Citric acid, Compound, Copolymer, Copolymeric, Copolymerous, Corroding, Corrosive, Crab apple, Cutting, Cyanic acid, Deck gun, Deluge set, Diethyltryptamine, Dill pickle, Dimer, Dimeric, Dimerous, Dimethyltryptamine, Discontented, Double-edged, Driving, Dry, Edged, Effective, Electrocautery, Electrochemical, Element, Elemental, Elementary, Embittered, Escharotic, Extinguisher, Feeling evil, Fierce, Fire apparatus, Fire engine, Fire hose, Fire hydrant, Fireplug, Fluoric acid, Foam, Foam extinguisher, Forceful, Forcible, Formic acid, Gage, Gall, Ganja, Gnashing of teeth, Grass, Green apple, Gutsy, Hallucinogen, Hard feelings, Harsh, Hash, Hashish, Hay, Heartburning, Heavy chemicals, Hemp, Heteromerous, High polymer, Homopolymer, Hook-and-ladder, Hot iron, Hydracid, Hydrochloric acid, Hydrocyanic acid, Hyperacid, Hypochlorous acid, Imperative, Impressive, Incisive, Inorganic chemical, Ion, Irritating, Isomer, Isomerous, Joint, Kava, Keen, Lactic acid, Ladder pipe, Lemon, Lignosulphonic acid, Lime, Lunar caustic, Macrochemical, Macromolecule, Malic acid, Marijuana, Mescal, Mescal bean, Mescal button, Mescaline, Metamer, Metameric, Mind-altering drug, Mind-blowing drug, Mind-expanding drug, Molecule, Monomer, Monomerous, Mordacious, Mordant, Morning glory seeds, Moxa, Muriatic acid, Nervous, Neutralizer, Niacin, Nicotinic acid, Nonacid, Nose-tickling, Oil of vitriol, Organic chemical, Out of humor, Out of sorts, Out of temper, Oxalic acid, Oxyacid, Pectic acid, Penetrating, Perboric acid, Perchloric acid, Peyote, Phenol, Phosphoric acid, Photochemical, Physicochemical, Phytochemical, Pickle, Picric acid, Piercing, Piquant, Poignant, Polymer, Polymeric, Pot, Potential cautery, Powerful, Prussic acid, Pseudoisomer, Psilocin, Psilocybin, Psychedelic, Psychic energizer, Psychoactive drug, Psychochemical, Psychotomimetic, Pumper, Punchy, Pungent, Radical, Radiochemical, Radium, Rancor, Rancorous, Rankled, Rankling, Reagent, Reefer, Resentful, Resenting, Rigorous, Roach, Rough, Salicylic acid, Scathing, Scorching, Sensational, Severe, Sharp, Sinewed, Sinewy, Slashing, Slow burn, Snorkel, Soda, Sore, Soreness, Sour, Sour balls, Sour cream, Sour grapes, Sour pickle, Sourdough, Spleen, Splenetic, Sprinkler, Sprinkler head, Sprinkler system, Stabbing, Stewing, Stick, Stinging, Strident, Striking, Stringent, Strong, Subacid, Subacidulous, Sulfacid, Sulfuric acid, Super-pumper, Tart, Tea, Telling, Thermochemical, Tranquilizer, Trenchant, Trimer, Vehement, Verjuice, Vigorous, Vinegar, Violent, Virulence, Virulent, Vital, Vitriol, Vitriolic, Water, Water cannon, Weed, Wet blanket, Withering, Yogurt
How to use Acid in a sentence?
- The CSI forensic scientist was able to use a specially-formulated acid to bring out the filed off serial number on the gun.
- There is a growing alarm in the amount of acid in our rain that is leading to adverse health effects in both the short term and the long term in humans.
- When you put acid on most objects for long periods of time, it will begin to wear away at it.
Meaning of Acid & Acid Definition