RE: geek test
>No, because there is no unionized hydrogen. It could be a hydric acidhydrate (or hydrous acid hydrate?) or a oxygenydric acid hydrate.
Union-ized, or un-ionized? ;)
- Curtis Burisch wrote:
>It's an unionized hydrogen. Does that answer you rhetorical question?
>> No, because there is no unionized hydrogen. It could be
>> a hydric acid hydrate (or hydrous acid hydrate?) or a
>> oxygenydric acid hydrate.
> Union-ized, or un-ionized? ;)