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CCl4 does not undergoes hydrolysis under ordinary conditions but 'SiCl4' undergoes hydrolysis very slowly.....why?

gv ur ans wid a complete reason

6 years ago


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Dear shalini,

this is due to difference is=n sizes of C and Si..

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