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A monobasic acid " contains 1 replaceable H+ ion per molecule of the acid (if water soluble ) " What this means ?(same for Di basic acids and tri basic acids) 


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A monobasic acid means acid with only one Hydrogen to be donated during acid-base reaction.
HF, HBr,etc are example for monobasic acids. 
The acid which dissociate on dissolving in water to produce one hydrogen ion per molecule of an acid. 
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Dear student I'm supposed to answer more than one question at a time. Kindly ask next question another time.

Briefly I'll explain the question. Dibasic acid means there will be 2 replaceable hydrogen and for tribasic there will be 3 replaceable hydrogen. For details kindly ask it as another question.

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