[pol-ee-bey-sik] /ˌpɒl iˈbeɪ sɪk/
(of an acid) having two or more atoms of replaceable hydrogen.
(of an acid) having two or more replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
polybasic pol·y·ba·sic (pŏl’ē-bā’sĭk)
Of or relating to an acid that has two or more hydrogen atoms that can be replaced by basic atoms or radicals.
Of or relating to an acid that has two or more hydrogen atoms per molecule that can be replaced by basic atoms or radicals.
[pol-ee-bey-sahyt, puh-lib-uh-sahyt] /ˌpɒl iˈbeɪ saɪt, pəˈlɪb əˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a blackish mineral, Ag 9 SbS 6 : a minor ore of silver. /ˌpɒlɪˈbeɪsaɪt; pəˈlɪbəˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a grey to black mineral consisting of a sulphide of silver, antimony, and copper in the form of platelike monoclinic crystals. It occurs in veins of silver ore. Formula: […]
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polybasic acid n. An acid having two or more hydrogen atoms that can be displaced.
[puh-lib-ee-uh s] /pəˈlɪb i əs/ noun 1. c205–c123 b.c, Greek historian. /pəʊˈlɪbɪəs/ noun 1. ?205–?123 bc, Greek historian. Under the patronage of Scipio the Younger, he wrote in 40 books a history of Rome from 264 bc to 146 bc
polyblast pol·y·blast (pŏl’ē-blāst’) n. One of a group of ameboid, mononucleated, phagocytic cells found in inflammatory exudates.