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oxyacid

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/ ˈɒk siˌæs ɪd /
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noun Chemistry.

an inorganic acid containing oxygen.

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Also called oxygen acid.

Origin of oxyacid

First recorded in 1830–40; oxy-2 + acid
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British Dictionary definitions for oxyacid

oxyacid
/ (ˌɒksɪˈæsɪd) /

noun

any acid that contains oxygenAlso called: oxo acid
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