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Dibasic Acid/
Diprotic Acid

An dibasic acid is an acid which has two  hydrogen ions (H+cations  or protons) to be donated to a base during a neutralisation reaction.

Also known as a diprotic acid, such an acid ionises in water to produce two
hydrogen ions (H+cations  or two protons).

Examples of diprotic acids include

o    sulphuric acid H
2SO4
o    carbonic acid H2CO
3

See also
acids, 
monoprotic / monobasic acids
triprotic / tribasic acid, 
strong acids and 
weak acids. 
 

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