Lactic acid causes muscle pain and is life-threatening when produced in high levels. Lactic acid is produced during vigorous exercise or with serious health conditions, such as shock or heart failure. Lactic acid is norm... More »

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Excess lactic acid causes lactic acidosis, states Healthgrades. Lactic acidosis results from overproduction of lactic acid in the body, which occurs when the oxygen supply is less than the oxygen demand, leading to high ... More »

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Foods that contain lactic acid include meat, pickled foods and dairy products, and it is used as an additive in drinks, candies and some baked goods. Lactic acid tends to enhance savory flavors or imparts a mild, acidic ... More »

Lactic acid is produced by the breakdown of carbohydrates in muscle tissue and red blood cells. It is used by the body during periods when oxygen levels are low. More »

The build up of lactic acid in the body is directly proportional to the amount of muscle present in the body. ShapeFit.com notes that men generally have more muscle mass relative to women, so, it can be abstracted that g... More »

Fuming nitric acid is a pale-yellow to reddish-brown liquid that generates red-brown fumes. It is toxic to inhale, corrosive to metals and tissue, and both prolonged exposure to low concentrations or short exposure to hi... More »

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A diprotic acid can lose two hydrogen positive ions or protons from its molecule when dissolved in water. On the other hand, a monoprotic acid can only donate one proton per molecule in an aqueous solution. More »

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