Monobasic definitions

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Of or relating to salts or acids forming salts with one ion of a univalent metal. NaH2 PO4 is an example of a monobasic salt.
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Designating an acid the molecule of which contains one hydrogen atom replaceable by a metal or positive radical or capable of reacting with the hydroxyl group.
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Monoprotic.
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Designating a compound in which a metal or positive radical replaces one acid hydrogen atom.
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Relating to an acid that contains only one hydrogen atom that can be replaced in an acid-base reaction. Hydrochloric acid (HCl) and nitric acid (HNO3 ) are monobasic acids.
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Of or relating to a compound that contains one metal ion or positive radical.
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(chemistry, of an acid) Containing one replaceable hydrogen atom.
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(chemistry, of a salt) Having one atom of a univalent metal.
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