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- adj. That contains (and can donate) a hydrogen ion (proton)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Noting an acid of doubtful composition, obtained from the albuminous constituents of fish muscle.
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HNO3 = monoprotic acid H2SO4 = diprotic acid H3PO4 = triprotic acid HC2H3O2 = monoprotic protic aka proton
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Smith, approached for comment on Wednesday, said labour-tenants wanted the interim constitution clause on property rights scrapped protic outlook.
This hydrogen bonding means that alcohols can be used as protic solvents.
When you combine all that in a centrifuge tube, and pour in a polar protic solvent ... like ethanol ... two layers will form.
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