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Grade: 11
        
Is boric acid a protonic acid why it doesnt a protonic acid
 
3 years ago

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Yudish varma
28 Points
							
Sir,
   Boric Acid/orthoboric acid is H3BO3 or B(OH)3.It is monobasic and a weak acid.It doesn’t liberate hydrogen ion but accepts hydroxyl ion from water and thus behaves as a lewis acid.Thus,It indirectly contributes to the formation of hydrogen ion.
H3BO3  + H2O ---->H+  +B(OH)4-
3 years ago
Divyanshi
15 Points
							
It is not a protic acid because it does not ionize in H20 to give proton. It acts as a Lewis acid by accepting electrons from a hydroxyl ion of water and in turn release H+ ion. 
one year ago
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