How many P-O-P bonds are there in in Pyrophosphoric acid?

Answer:

Pyrophosphoric acid contains only one P-O-P bonds.

Pyrophosphoric acid

Pyrophosphate is the conjugate base of Pyrophosphoric Acid and is corrosive as well as toxic in nature. Pyrophosphoric Acid is a medium-strong inorganic hygroscopic by nature and is a colourless as well as odourless chemical. Anions, salts, and esters of pyrophosphoric acid are called pyrophosphates. The structural formula of Pyrophosphoric Acid is as shown in the figure below.

Pyrophosphoric acid

 

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