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5 years ago


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The correct option is c)

Reason: Presence of acidic hydrogen.


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Sagar Singh

B.Tech, IIT Delhi

5 years ago

thank you very much sir

5 years ago

Post question my friend...........only writing help will not solve your question


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4 years ago

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