Let me just think about it ....
It's called phosphoric ACID because ?
Phosphoric acid is not a base.
H3PO4 is phosphoric acid.
Phosphoric acid is an Arrhenius acid, indicated by the hydrogen.
The acid is the phosphoric acid and the base is magnesium hydroxide.
The potato contains phosphoric acid (H3PO4)
there is no differences between phosphoric acid and ortho phosphoric acid
No, phosphoric acid is a weak acid.
H3PO4 ... also known as phosphoric acid. H3po4
No, phosphoric acid is triprotic.
base, sugar, phosphoric acid
a number of measure of proton reacting with a base
I don't think so. poly phosphoric acid and phosphoric acid have same moleculer structure. http://harvestchem.iblogger.org
phosphoric acid, or orthophosphoric acid
its an acid, H2PO4- is called dihydrogen phosphate ion. It is the conjugate base of Phosphoric Acid H3PO4 and the conjugate acid of monohydrogen phosphate ion HPO42
No, phosphoric acid is classed as a strong acid. It dissociates completely.