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H B B H N H 19. B2O3  Al B (crystalline) B2O3   Mg  B ( Amorphous ) 1 1 1 5. A  s. 17. s . C  p . Conceptual 14. Conceptual 9. Conceptual 2. D  q. HINTS AND SOLUTIONS CHEMISTRY 1.5 2 2 2  Formula Si2O52  6. B  p. Total No. Conceptual 4. Conceptual 3. Conceptual 16. 2 NH 4Cl  Na2 B4O7 . Al4C3  12 H 2O  4 Al (OH )3  3CH 4 1 mole 3 moles 15. B  r . s . A  r .10 H 2O  2 NaCl  2 BN  B2O3  14 H 2O H B H N N H 18. 12. Conceptual 8.of oxygen atoms per silicon atom     1  2. s . Conceptual 7. D  q 20. Four isomers are possible.. Conceptual 13. Conceptual 11. Phenomenon of inert effect increases downward. C  s . No nitrogen is evolved in this reaction. Conceptual 10.