• # question_answer Carboxylic acids are easily ionised. The main reason of this statement [UPSEAT 1999] A) Absence of a-hydrogen B) Resonance stabilisation of carboxylate ion C) Reactivity of a-hydrogen D) Hydrogen bond

Carboxylic acids are easily ionized because there is resonance in carboxylate ion due to p- electron shifting so ${{H}^{+}}$ get ionised very easily.