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phosphoric acid and water

Phosphoric acid | H3PO4 – PubChem What happens when you dissolve phosphpric acid in water? Alright, phosphoric acid is H3PO4. It is a triprotic acid, meaning it can donate 3 hydrogen ions successively with each reaction (we’ll explore more into this as we go) and is a relatively weak acid since its degree of ionisation …