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What is an amphoteric acid?

Inchemistry, an amphoteric substance is one that can react as either an acid or base.   Many metals (such as zinc, tin, lead, aluminium, and beryllium) and most metalloids (MORE)
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What is an Amphoteric substance?

Amphoteric Substance is one that can react as either an acid or base. "Partly one and partly the other; neither acid nor alkaline; neutral" (I don't think this answer is corr (MORE)
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Why ZnO is amphoteric?

Zn is not highly electro positive. So, in ZnO molecule Zn gets a small partial positive charge and O gets a small partial negative charge. Thus it can accept the lone pairs as (MORE)

What are amphoteric metals?

Amphoteric is a chemical entity (ion or molecule) which can react as an acid but also as a base. Compounds of beryllium, tin, aluminium, lead, zinc have amphoteric hydroxide (MORE)
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Is ZnO Amphoteric?

Yes, Zn is not highly electro positive. So, in ZnO molecule Zn gets a small partial positive charge and O gets a small partial negative charge. Thus, it can accept the lone (MORE)