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Carbon, Group (14) element in the Periodic Table, is known to form compounds with many elements. Write an example of a compound formed with
(a) chlorine (Group 17 of Periodic Table)
(b) oxygen (Group 16 of Periodic Table)
(a) Chlorine (Group 17 of Periodic Table)
CCl4 (Carbon Tetrachloride)
(b) Oxygen (Group 16 of Periodic Table)
CO2 (Carbon dioxide)
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