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One mole of calcium phosphide on reaction with an excess of water gives:

A

one mole of phosphine

B

two moles of phosphoric acid

C

two moles of phosphine

D

one mole of phosphorous oxide

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Correct option is
C

two moles of phosphine

The reaction is as follows:

Hence, one mole of calcium phosphide on reaction with an excess of water gives moles of phosphine.

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