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what does the term polyprotic mean? Polyprotic means more than one protons
what are polyprotic acids? polyprotic acids are acids that are capable of losing more than one proton per molecule in acid-base reactions
what are diprotic acids? Diprotic acids are acids that produce two moles of H+ ions from one mole of the acid in water
what are triprotic acids? triprotic acids are acids that produce three moles of H+ ions from one mole of the acid in water
what are some examples of diprotic acids? carbonic acid, chromic acid, Oxalate acid
what are some examples of triprotic acids?, Phosphoric acid, citric acid
In an acid the _____ proton is the fastest and easiest to lose the first proton
Are amino acids polyprotic? Amino acids are polyprotic
Which of the following is a polyprotic acid
A) H2SO4
B) HCl
C) NaCl
D) NaOH
H2SO4

what does the term polyprotic mean?

what are polyprotic acids?

what are diprotic acids?

what are triprotic acids?

what are some examples of diprotic acids?

what are some examples of triprotic acids?,

In an acid the _____ proton is the fastest and easiest to lose

Are amino acids polyprotic?

Which of the following is a polyprotic acid
A) H2SO4
B) HCl
C) NaCl
D) NaOH

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