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RE: geek test

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  • Curtis Burisch
    ... hydrate (or hydrous acid hydrate?) or a oxygenydric acid hydrate. Union-ized, or un-ionized? ;) c _______________________________________________
    Message 1 of 43 , Jun 2, 2008
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      >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? ;)

      c

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    • Alberto Monteiro
      ... It s an unionized hydrogen. Does that answer you rhetorical question? Alberto Monteiro _______________________________________________
      Message 43 of 43 , Jun 3, 2008
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        Curtis Burisch wrote:
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        >> 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? ;)
        >
        It's an unionized hydrogen. Does that answer you rhetorical question?

        Alberto Monteiro

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