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Posted by jamieson on Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 4:41pm.

Show a balanced equation for a diprotic acid reacting with a tribasic base.
I have an example of a diprotic acid as H2SO4 and a triprotic base as H3PO4. can i use those? if so please help balance.

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