How do acids taste?

1 Answer
Apr 28, 2016

Answer:

Sour

Explanation:

One of the properties of acids is that there are going to taste a little sour.

Example: Lemon is an acid, therefore it tastes sour.

I guess with the more hydrogen ion concentration, you will get strong electrical conductors.

That's why you get this shock feeling that everyone likes to call "sour."

Hope this helped!