monacid

[ mon-as-id ]
/ mɒnˈæs ɪd /

adjective, noun Chemistry.

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OTHER WORDS FROM monacid

mon·a·cid·ic, adjective

Definition for monacidic (2 of 2)

monoacid
[ mon-oh-as-id, mon-oh-as-id ]
/ ˌmɒn oʊˈæs ɪd, ˈmɒn oʊˌæs ɪd /
Chemistry

adjective Also monacidic.

having one replaceable hydrogen atom or hydroxyl radical.
capable of reacting with only one equivalent weight of an acid.

noun

an acid having one replaceable hydrogen atom.
Also monacid.

Origin of monoacid

First recorded in 1860–65; mono- + acid
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British Dictionary definitions for monacidic (1 of 2)

monacid

monacidic (ˌmɒnəˈsɪdɪk)

/ (mɒnˈæsɪd) /

adjective

variants of monoacid

British Dictionary definitions for monacidic (2 of 2)

monoacid

monacid, monoacidic (ˌmɒnəʊəˈsɪdɪk) or monacidic

/ (ˌmɒnəʊˈæsɪd) /

adjective

chem (of a base) capable of reacting with only one molecule of a monobasic acid; having only one hydroxide ion per molecule
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Medical definitions for monacidic

monoacid
[ mŏn′ō-ăsĭd ]

n.

An acid having one replaceable hydrogen atom.
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