Definition of Acidic hydrogen
1. Noun. A hydrogen atom in an acid that forms a positive ion when the acid dissociates.
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Literary usage of Acidic hydrogen
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1. A Treatise on the Principles of Chemistry by Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir (1889)
"cases the atom of ' acidic hydrogen ' is represent- Ivhich come negative atoms or groups. But the \tly bound to a carbon atom within the binding- ..."
2. Outlines of Chemistry: A Textbook for College Students by Louis Kahlenberg (1909)
"... is called a monoacid base, for it is capable of reacting with an acid, and thus forming one molecule of water and replacing one atom of acidic hydrogen. ..."
3. Hypochondriac's Guide to Tamiflu (Oseltamvir) for Bird Flu: Public by W Frederick Zimmerman (2006)
"... amide of the group comprising an acidic hydrogen; w2 is a group comprising a basic heteroatom or a protected basic heteroatom. or an ..."
4. The Determination of Hydrogen Ions: An Elementary Treatise on the Hydrogen by William Mansfield Clark (1920)
"As a normal solution of an acid had been defined as one containing in 1 litre of solution the equivalent of 1 gram atom of acidic hydrogen, so the normal ..."
5. A New Era in Chemistry: Some of the More Important Developments in General by Harry Clary Jones (1913)
"It was said that hydrogen in combination with certain elements is acidic, in combination with other elements was not acidic. Hydrogen in combination with ..."
6. The Chemistry of Synthetic Drugs by Percy May (1918)
"... removal of the hydroxyl (OH) group from the groups, (—CO—OH) or (—SO2—OH), containing the acidic hydrogen. Eg Acetyl, CH,. CO—, from acetic acid, CH3. ..."
7. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1908)
"... and cinnamic acids have been examined with a view to determining the influence of substitution of the acidic hydrogen atoms by metals and alkyl groups. ..."
8. General Chemistry by Hamilton Perkins Cady (1916)
"... a reaction takes place which consists in the formation of water, apparently from a combination of the acidic hydrogen of the acid with the hydroxyl of ..."