Thus a negative sol is most easily precipitated by a monobasic acid.
A monobasic fatty acid, obtained by the saponification of myristin.
Such simple, neutral, monobasic salts are mostly very stable.
In point of fact, for strong acids, this ratio holds as little as does the equilibrium ratio for the monobasic acids.
Monac′id, capable of saturating a single molecule of a monobasic acid; Monac′tinal, single-rayed.
By decomposing a solution of crude sulphate of alumina with neutral or monobasic acetate of lead.
The equilibrium ratio, used as an illustration in the text, is the equilibrium ratio for monobasic acids.
A small quantity of a monobasic acid was formed, which was identified as a hydroxypyromucic acid.
Hence, three molecules of a monobasic acid are required to replace all of its (OH) groups.
monobasic mon·o·ba·sic (mŏn'ə-bā'sĭk)
Having only one hydrogen ion to donate to a base in an acid-base reaction.
Having only one metal ion or positive radical.