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What are biodegradable compounds?

A

Compounds which can not be decomposed

B

Compounds which can be decomposed by man-made processes

C

Compounds which can be decomposed by natural processes

D

All of the above

Answer

Biodegradable compounds are compounds which get disposed through natural processes, such as action of bacteria. e.g peels of fruits, vegetables, paper.

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