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Select the correct statement(s).

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A

Passage of sulphur dioxide or of hydrogen sulphide (not in excess) in to a solution of an iodate acidified with dilute hydrochloric acid, liberates iodine

B

Phosphate rock, on heating with sand and coke in electric furance at yields dimeric phosphorus pentaoxide

C

Reaction of on aqueous solution of sodium sulphite yields sodium thiosulphate

D

Sodium hypophosphite on warming with copper sulphate solution gives red precipitate of copper (I) hydride

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A

Passage of sulphur dioxide or of hydrogen sulphide (not in excess) in to a solution of an iodate acidified with dilute hydrochloric acid, liberates iodine

C

Reaction of on aqueous solution of sodium sulphite yields sodium thiosulphate

D

Sodium hypophosphite on warming with copper sulphate solution gives red precipitate of copper (I) hydride

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