1. Md. Shahrukh
  2. Acids Bases and Salts
  3. Sunday, July 31 2016, 06:25 PM

Compounds such as alcohol and glucose also contains hydrogen but are not categorized as acids.

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As the hydrogen present in alcohol and glucose are not ionisable that is why this hydrogen is not present as H+(aq) in solutions. Hence, alcohol and glucose are not considered acids.

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