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On strong heating, sulphur burns in the air with blue flame and gives out:

A

B

C

both and

D

none of the above

Answer

Sulfur burns with a blue flame concomitant with the formation of sulfur dioxide notable for suffocating odor. The principal sulfur oxides are sulfur dioxide and sulfur trioxide.

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