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Although CHsubscript4 has 4 hydrogens, it is an acid. Why?

It is NOT an acid. Did you make a typo or misread your notes/question? It isn't an acid because CH4 is not a proton donor.

sorry, that's what i meant-why isn't it an acid?

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