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Polyprotic Acids
Polyprotic acids are those Bronsted-Lowry acids that are capable of donating two or more hydrogen ions to some base. Therefore, since these acids have more than one hydrogen ion to donate, the titration curve of such an acid will have a number of equivalence points that is equal to the number of hydrogen atoms that the polyprotic acid can donate.
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