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phosphorous acid is diprotic acid.why?

phosphorous acid is diprotic acid.why?

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Sunil Kumar FP
askIITians Faculty 183 Points
7 years ago
phosphorus acid is diprotic H3PO3 .It means that it can readily ionize two proton.
The structure confirms that it is diprotic.Thus due to the presence of 2OH- attached to the central atom it can readily give OH or ionize two proton204-2380_Mon Sep 22 17-39-47.jpg

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