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What is Basicity of an acid ?
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# 1
It is defined as the number of replaceable or ionizable
hydrogen atoms contained in its molecule. e.g. hydrochloric
acid is monbasic is one.
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# 2
Basicity of an acid is the maximum number of hydrogen ions produced when one molecule of acid ionizes in water 
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# 3
bascity of acid is the number of replaceable hydrogen or
hydroxonium stoms present in one molecule of an acidpresent
in one molecule of an acid
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Ufomba Godson
# 4
The number of hydronium ions [H+]aq. Which can be liberated by one mole cule of an acid on complete ionisation is called its basicity. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    30 Yes 19 No
Ankit Srivastava
# 5
Basicity of an acid can be defined as the number hydrogen ions furnished by one molecule of acid on dissolving in water.They can be of two types - monobasic,dibasic and tribasic. 
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Rajarshi Ganguly
# 6
The basicity of an acid refers to how much an acid can react with a base's anion. This is determined by the number of replaceable H-ions in the acid, for instance 2 H-ions in sulfuric acid, H2SO4. This makes sulfuric acid dibasic. 
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# 7
basicity of an acid is the number of replaceable hydrogen atom in one molecule of that acid. 
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Fashanu Akin
# 8
The number of replacable hydrogen in an acid is termed as its HCL is monobasic,H2SO4 is dibasic. 
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# 9
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Nwangwu Nnandi

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