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HOW CAN WE LACTIC ACID FROM ACETONE? PLZ REPLY

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though using acetic acid is not a good way to prepare lactic acid but it can still be done by fermentation

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h 2 o is liquid and h 2 s is solid why
 
 
H 2 O is a liquid because it has inter molecular hydrogen bonding which is stong whereas H 2 S is a gas because of weak WAN DER WAALS FORCES and absence of hydrogen bonding between its...
 
Nikhil Upadhyay 7 days ago
 
H 2 O is liquid, because of intermoleucular hydrogen bonding. H 2 S is gas, because no hydrogen bonding is possible.
 
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