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expirt i read on this site “For acids, n-factor is defined as the number of H ions replaced by 1 mole of acid in a reaction. Note that the n-factor for acid is not equal to its basicity; i.e. the number of moles of replaceable H atoms present in one mole of acid.”​this is confusing please explain it?

expirt i read on this site “For acids, n-factor is defined as the number of H ions replaced by 1 mole
of acid in a reaction. Note that the n-factor for acid is not equal to its
basicity; i.e. the number of moles of replaceable H atoms present in one
mole of acid.”​this is confusing please explain it?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Suraj Singh
148 Points
4 years ago
The above statement is correct.. U can take example of H2So4 when it is treated with 1 equivalent of NaOH it forms NaHSo4 so here n factor of H2SO4 is 1 while it`s basicity is 2.. Hope U like it..

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