poly-basic

polybasic

[pol-ee-bey-sik]
adjective Chemistry.
(of an acid) having two or more atoms of replaceable hydrogen.

Origin:
1835–45; poly- + basic

polybasicity [pol-ee-bey-sis-i-tee] , noun
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polybasic (ˌpɒlɪˈbeɪsɪk)
 
adj
(of an acid) having two or more replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule

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polybasic pol·y·ba·sic (pŏl'ē-bā'sĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to an acid that has two or more hydrogen atoms that can be replaced by basic atoms or radicals.

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polybasic   (pŏl'ē-bā'sĭk)  Pronunciation Key 
Of or relating to an acid that has two or more hydrogen atoms per molecule that can be replaced by basic atoms or radicals.
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