A monobasic acid
Asked by Mridul | 16th Aug, 2018, 07:21: PM
A monobasic acid is an acid that has only one hydrogen ion to donate to a base in an acid-base reaction. Therefore, a monobasic molecule has only one replaceable hydrogen atom.
Examples are HCl, HNO3, HF and HBr.
Answered by Varsha | 17th Aug, 2018, 12:19: AM
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