Do Basic Solutions Also Have H­+ Ions? If Yes, Then Why Are These Basic?


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Yes they do, they are one of the basic biochemistry building block.

I don't know if you are asking questions or are the guest who really wants to know?

At any rate, think of H ion as one that could form bases or acids depending on how many ions

are able to bond with other elements.

Typical would be water (neither acid or a base) having 2 oxygen ions (O2) forming water molecule when each oxygen forming a bond with the open hydrogen that cannot exist in other form (except

in special occurrences)

Thus, you'd get h2o

from that you could see whether the solution is a weak/strong acid/base depending on the bonds formed with hydrogen ions NS WOULD BECOME A BASE (WITH OH-) H+

different elements form strong acids with different )low_ pH or vice versa- bases with high (number)

of pH. H2) is neutral with pH of 7.0

It is more complex and I don't know what you are looking for?  Chemical reactions? 

Biochemical formations of essential acids? The basics you'd find in inorganic chemistry and different kinds of reactions between Mendeleev Table elements. If nothing, look this one up, it's a very smart table giving you idea what are the elements about their characteristics, etc.

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