Problem: The common constituent in all acid solutions is A)  H2                    B)  H+                     C)  OH–                 D)  H2SO4             E)  Cl–

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The common constituent in all acid solutions is

A)  H2                   

B)  H+                    

C)  OH                

D)  H2SO4            

E)  Cl

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