Carbonic-acid meaning

kär-bŏnĭk
A weak, unstable acid, H2 CO3 , present in solutions of carbon dioxide in water.
noun
4
1
A weak, colorless acid, H2CO3, formed by the solution of carbon dioxide in water and existing only in solution.
noun
3
0
A weak unstable acid, H2CO3, known only in solution, and as carbonate salts; it is present in carbonated drinks, and sparkling wine, but decomposes to form carbon dioxide and water.
noun
1
1
A weak, unstable acid present in solutions of carbon dioxide in water. It gives carbonated beverages their sharp taste. Chemical formula: H2CO3.
0
2
Advertisement