how does free ionizable hydrogen atoms in POH bond oxacids help in basicity?
Asked by my3shyll | 18th Apr, 2018, 06:48: PM
The P-H bonds are not ionisable to give H+ and do not play any role in basicity.
While H atoms which are attached with oxygen in P-OH form are ionisable and cause basicity.
For example H3PO3 and H3PO4 are dibasic and tribasic respectively.
Answered by Varsha | 19th Apr, 2018, 04:09: PM
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