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The fuming of kettles is caused by the presence in the water of

The fuming of kettles is caused by the presence in the water of

  • A. calcium tetraoxosulphate (IV)
  • B. calcium hydrogentrionocarbonate (IV)
  • C. calcium hydroxide
  • D. calcium trioxocarbonate (IV)
Correct Answer: Option B

 

Explanation
Calcium hydrogen trionocarbonate (iv) will cause the forming of kettles whenever water is present. Options A, C, D will not react under the presence of water

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