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The presence of ammonia gas in a desiccator can exclusively be removed by


Question

The presence of ammonia gas in a desiccator can exclusively be removed by

Options

A) phosphorus (V) oxide

B) fused calcium chloride

C) calcium chloride

D) concentrated tetraoxosulphate (VI) acid


The correct answer is D.

Explanation:

Ammonia gas can be removed from a dessicator by adding a conc. H2SO4 so as to neutralize it since ammonia gas is basic.


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