Google’s acid database: What’s it for?

The acid database is a database that tracks chemical changes in the environment, as well as the health of the body.

Google’s Acid Database was created as part of a collaborative effort with the National Institute of Health to help scientists, and the public, better understand the health effects of acid. 

The database, a joint effort between Google and the National Institutes of Health, tracks the chemical changes that occur naturally in the water, soil and air that our bodies produce.

Google has created a list of the most common acid-related compounds in the world, with a special focus on the acid compounds found in human urine and feces.

Google Acid Database: What it’s for.

Source: Google.com/Science.Google.com