Match the chemical substances given in column (I) with their appropriate application given in column (II):
Column I Column II
(1) Bleaching powder(i) Preparation of glass
(2) Baking soda(ii) Production of and
(3) Washing Soda(iii) Decolourisation
(4) Sodium chloride(iv) Antacid


(1) (ii), (2) (i), (3) (iv), (4) (iii)


(1) (iii), (2) (i), (3) (iv), (4 (ii)


(1) (vi), (2) (iii), (3) (i), (4) (ii)


(1) (iii), (2) (iv), (3) (i), (4) (ii)



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(1) (iii), (2) (iv), (3) (i), (4) (ii)

Bleaching Power  Decolourisation
Baking soda  Antacid
Washing Soda  Preparation of glass
Sodium chloride  Production of  and 

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