What is Basicity of an acid ?
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It is defined as the number of replaceable or ionizable
hydrogen atoms contained in its molecule. e.g. hydrochloric
acid is monbasic is one. Guest
Basicity of an acid is the maximum number of hydrogen ions produced when one molecule of acid ionizes in water
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 Ufomba Godson
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.
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.
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.
basicity of an acid is the number of replaceable hydrogen atom in one molecule of that acid.
The number of replacable hydrogen in an acid is termed as its basicity.eg HCL is monobasic,H2SO4 is dibasic.