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Once the molecule loses one H+ ion, it normally now has a negative charge. Because negatively charged atoms attract positively charged ones it will be increasingly harder to lose another positive charge as the molecule would like to remain as stable and as neutral as possible. Thus, the additional H+ are hard to lose as molecules like to have neutral charges as they are favorable in stability.
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