Definition of oxyacid in English:

oxyacid

noun

Chemistry
  • An inorganic acid whose molecules contain oxygen, such as sulfuric or nitric acid.

    • ‘Salts of triazinic compounds with phosphorus oxyacids, and use of said compounds in self-extinguishing polymeric compositions.’
    • ‘Just as certain elements form more than one oxyanion, they also form more than one oxyacid.’

Pronunciation:

oxyacid

/ˌäksēˈasəd/