What is Monobasic Acid?
Asked by shaktidevgun | 2nd Dec, 2015, 07:23: PM
A monobasic acid is an acid that has only one hydrogen ion to donate to a base in an acid-base reaction. Hence, a monobasic molecule has only one replaceable hydrogen atom. Examples, HCl and HNO3.
HCl → H+ + Cl-
HNO3 → H+ + NO3-
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 3rd Dec, 2015, 09:14: PM
- pls explain
- Give the name of the hardest element of group 13.
- Give the type of hybridization involved in BCl3NH3.
- Name one electron deficient compound formed by Boron.
- Give the electronic configuration of Boron.
- Aluminum can form [AlF6]− but Boron cannot form [BF6]−. Why?
- Why does boron triflouride behave as a Lewis acid?
- Why Boron forms only covalent compounds?
- Suggest reasons why the B–F bond lengths in BF3 (130 pm) and BF4- (143 pm) differ.
- If B–Cl bond has a dipole moment, explain why BCl3 molecule has zero dipole moment.
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