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triacid

adjective tri·acid \ "+ \

Definition of triacid

1 : able to react with three molecules of a monobasic acid or one of a tribasic acid to form a salt or ester used especially of bases
2 : containing three hydrogen atoms replaceable by basic atoms or radicals used especially of acid salts

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Origin and Etymology of triacid

International Scientific Vocabulary tri- + acid, adjective


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triacid

noun \ " \

Definition of triacid

: an acid (as phosphoric acid or citric acid) having three acid hydrogen atoms

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