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TiCl4 fumes strongly in moist air and is hydrolyzed to give (A) Ti (B) TiOCl2 (C) TiO2 (D) Ti(OH)4

    TiCl4 fumes strongly in moist air and is hydrolyzed to give
    (A)    Ti
    (B)    TiOCl2
    (C)    TiO2
    (D)    Ti(OH)4

Grade:upto college level

1 Answers

Hrishant Goswami
343 Points
9 years ago

TiCl4 + 4HOH ® 4HCl + Ti(OH)4

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