monohydric


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mon·o·hy·dric

(mon'ō-hī'drik),
Having but one hydrogen atom in the molecule.

monohydric

(mŏn″ō-hī′drĭk)
Having a single replaceable hydrogen atom.
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Kinetic evidence for hydrophobically stabilized encounter complexes formed by hydrophobic esters in aqueous solutions containing monohydric alcohols.
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(3) Why wee some dihydric and trihydric acids weaker than some monohydric acids ([H.sub.3][PO.sub.4] is weaker than [HCIO.sub.4]).
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