what is meant by titrable protrons

Asked by Raghu Rao | 19th Aug, 2011, 11:21: PM

Expert Answer:

A titratable proton in an organic acid is one bonded to an oxygen atom which in turn is bonded to a central atom which also makes a double bond with another oxygen. With that in mind, there are 2 titrable protons in
HO-CO-CH2-CH=CH-CH2-OC-OH.

Answered by  | 23rd Aug, 2011, 03:34: PM

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