Acid refers to a substance that dissolves in water with the formation of hydrogen ions, contains hydrogen which may be replaced by metals to form salt, and/or is corrosive.

See also:
"Acid" is in the HS Code "2809"
  Diphosphorus Pentaoxide; Phosphoric Acid And Polyphosphoric Acids

"Acid" is in the UNSPSC Code "12161601"
  Acid catalysts

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