Basicity meaning

bəsisətē
The capacity of an acid to react with a base, measured by the number of hydrogen atoms that can be replaced by a base.
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(countable, chemistry) The number of replaceable hydrogen atoms in a molecule of an acid.
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The definition of basicity is the condition of being a base, or the difficulty for an acid to react with a base determined by the number of hydrogen atoms that can be replaced in the acid.

An example of something with basicity is sodium hydrochloride.

An example of something that has basicity is water.

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(countable, chemistry) The degree to which a substance is basic.
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The quality or condition of being a base.
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(uncountable) The condition of being basic.
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Origin of basicity

  • basic +‎ -ity

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