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Bones glow in dark because (A) They contain shining material (B) They contain red phosphorus (C) White Phosphorus undergoes slow combustion in contact with air (D) White phosphorus changes to red form



Bones glow in dark because   


        (A)    They contain shining material


        (B)    They contain red phosphorus


        (C)    White Phosphorus undergoes slow combustion in contact with air


(D)    White phosphorus changes to red form


Grade:upto college level

1 Answers

Simran Bhatia
348 Points
7 years ago

White phosphorous due to its low ignition temperature undergoes slow combustion in air and so bones glow in dark (Phosphorescence).

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