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can you provide answer : Q 39 The total number of octahedral void(s) per atom present in a cubic close packed structure is: (1) 2 (2) 4 (3) 1 (4) 3 Q47 Which of these statements is not true? (1) NO+ is not isoelectronic with O2 (2) B is always covalent in its compounds (3) In aqueous solution,the TI+ ion is much more stable than TI(III) (4) LiAlH4 is a versatile reducing agent in organic synthesis Q 48 example of a three-dimensional silicate is: (1) Zeolites (2) Ultramarines (3) Feldspars (4) Beryls

6 years ago

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Rinkoo Gupta
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the total number of octahedral void(s) per atom present in a cubic close packed structure is 1.
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Rinkoo Gupta
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6 years ago
Vish B
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							Q47 The key given is wrong most probably The answer should be 3rd option as its not true in aqueous solutions.

Q48 The key is wrong for this as well both zeolites and ultramarines are 3d silicates.
						
6 years ago
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