What is the word to describe the number of acidic hydrogens an acid has? I am currently thinking something like "proticity", but I am not sure The use case world be for a table of things like this:
Acid | Proticity -------------------- CH₃COOH | 1 H₂SO₄ | 2 H₃BO₃ | 3
Or in a set of statements like this:
The volume of gas produced by reaction A was 4.6 L. The proticity of Acid B was 3. The tare mass of object C was 4.76 g. The density of substance D was 7.8 g/mL.
Is there a specific word used to refer to this quantity? What word should I use to refer to it?