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Grade: 12th pass
        
Is HI dibasic or monobasic..... Please explain... . 
2 months ago

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Arun
18564 Points
							
Dear Pawan
 

HF has s strong tendency to form hydrogen binding and as a result it exists as H2F2 or H2F(+) + F (-).

Now this H2F (+) can act as acid and since it has 2 proton so it can release 2H (+) and acts as a dibasic acid.

2 months ago
Mahima Kanawat
923 Points
							
Dear student 
HI is monobasic because it can give only one proton.
WITH REGARDS 
MAHIMA 
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2 months ago
N.R Pramath
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 monobasic (or monoprotic) acid, able to donate one proton per molecule. A monobasic salt, with one hydrogen atom, with respect to the parent acid, replaced by cations.
2 months ago
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