An organic acid is also called a carboxylic acid. It is a type of acid containing a group of
molecules called the carbonyl group, which consists of one carbon atom, two oxygen atoms, and
one hydrogen atom. Common examples of carboxylic acids are found in vinegar (acetic acid) and
citrus fruits (citric acid).
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