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22. Arrhenius defined an acid as hydrogen containing and able to form hydrogen ions in water.- T?

23. A strong acid does not have to be a strong electrolyte.- F?

31. Bases generate (OH) ions.- T

32. A neutralization reaction forms water from hydronium and hydroxide ions.- F?

33. Acidic anhydrides are very often nonmetal oxides.- T

35. Acids react with all metals.- T

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