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Homework Help: 12 Chemistry

Posted by FOR A SCIENCE TEACHER ONLY!!! on Monday, February 18, 2008 at 4:24pm.

I was just wondering if you could tell me what evidence there is that supports the statement: carboxylic acids are soluble in an aqueous solution. I have an answer all ready, and I have searched the internet, but I was just interested in a little one-on-one detail from a person. Thank you, much appreciated!

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