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    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS IS ABSENT IN INORGANIC ACIDS?
    (A)CALCIUM (B)CARBON (C)MAGNESIUM (D)ZINC


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    Where is this question from? It makes no real sense. Inorganic acids contain none of the listed elements.


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    It seems to be a (confusingly worded) question about the definition of "organic" (hopefully that is enough of a clue to help Aditya Ranjan to do his/her homework).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    It seems to be a (confusingly worded) question about the definition of "organic" (hopefully that is enough of a clue to help Aditya Ranjan to do his/her homework).
    …...or a trick question, to see who's wide awake…...
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    Organic acids are better for you.
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    I use organic acids quite a lot at work some of them are quite nasty...

    for example:

    http://avogadro.chem.iastate.edu/msd..._acid-2h2o.htm
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