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What I got from the lecture that included polyprotic acids and bases, essentially anything that has the potential to give or accept more than one H+. Obviously, there are likely more parameters to be met for this to actually be true, but this is the fundamental idea, correct?
Yes, that is correct. For instance, for H2SO4, since it has two protons, it has the potential to donate both of them, making it a polyprotic acid. Some other examples are H2CO3 and H3PO4, which also have multiple protons that it can potentially donate.
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