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A solution of the gas in water is called hydrochloric acid. Hydrogen chloride may
be formed by direct combination Of chlorine (C12) gas and hydroen (H2) gas
when the mixture ts heated above 50° C (482° F). The reaction, given in the ...
A solution of the gas in water is called hydriodic acid. Hydrogen iodide is
commonly prepared by reaction of phosphorus triiodide with water (hydrolysis),
the equation being PI: + 3H20 -+3H1 + HsPOa. The gas is colourless but fumes
in moist ...
A typical example illustrating geometric isomerism is that provided by maleic and
fumaric acids, to which the following configurations have been assigned: HC—
COOH HC—COOH I] ll HC—COOH HOOC—CH maleic acid (cis) fumaric acid ...
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