The amount of hydrogen ions released per molecule of an acid
when dissolved in water is called basicity of an acid.
The basicity of a hydrochloric acid is zero.
I think , the basicity of sulphuric acid is 1.
The number of replacable hydrogen in an acid is termed as its basicity. eg. HCl is monobasic, H2SO4 is dibasic
the basisity of oxalic acid is dibasic acid
The basicity of an acid is equivalent to the number of protons that one molecule can donate. A nitric acid molecule can only donate one proton. Therefore, it has the basicity of one.
boric acid or H3BO3, is a weak acid, with basicity 1 it acts as a lewis acid in its aqueous solution.... H3BO3 + H2O <====> B [(OH)4]- + H+ it doesnt donate a proton, but it accept OH_ve frm water... so its a weak monobasic acid
H2CO3- 2 It all depends on how much hydrogen atoms the acid has
a number of measure of proton reacting with a base
Acidity/basicity are determined by the pH measurement.
Radon is an element.Elements alone do not show acidity or basicity.
The acidity and basicity of different parts of a molecule are important determining factors in various reactions. They determine where a molecule is likely to react when treated with a base or acid.
because H3PO3 has 2 acidic hydrogen and its basicity is 2.
COOH COO- l l COOH --------- COO- + 2H+.So oxalic acid is monoprotic acid its basidity is 2.
Acidity test or basicity test.
A measure for the acidity/basicity of a solution is the pH.