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Monoprotic Acid: Definition & Examples

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An acid is known to have the molecular formula HF. What would you classify this acid to be?

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1. What is a titration?

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In the following acid base equation what is considered to be the monoprotic acid:

H3PO4 + H2O --------- H3O + H2PO4-

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Review the structure of monoprotic acid with this quiz. Some questions will gauge your knowledge about how monoprotic acids are identified.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

On this quiz you will find questions that deal with:

  • Classifying acids
  • Chemistry techniques
  • Identifying monoprotic acids

Skills Practiced

You can get the most out of this quiz by practicing these skills:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on monoprotic acid
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding how to identify monoprotic acids
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about compounds that are considered to be monoprotic

Additional Learning

Increase what you know about this subject by studying the lesson that accompanies this quiz, entitled Monoprotic Acid: Definition & Examples. The lesson covers information about:

  • Johannes Nicolaus Bronsted and Thomas Martin Lowry
  • The Bronsted Lowry theory
  • Names and formulas for monoprotic acids
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