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- (chemistry) (of an acid) containing two replaceable hydrogen atoms
- (chemistry) (of a salt) having two atoms of a univalent metal
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Di*ba"sic (?), a. [Pref. di- +
basic.] (Chem.) Having two acid hydrogen atoms
capable of replacement by basic atoms or radicals, in forming salts;
bibasic; -- said of acids, as oxalic or sulphuric acids. Cf.
&fist; In the case of certain acids dibasic and
divalent are not synonymous; as, tartaric acid is
tetravalent and dibasic, lactic acid is divalent
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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