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What do positive hydrogen ions produce when they react with water in solution?

A).hydroxide ions
B).hydronium ions
C).a salt
D).negative hydrogen ions

I believe the answer is A). Is this correct?

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  1. its not A in the middle of test

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  2. It's B just finished the test :)

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