which out of the following is a methanide ion?
Asked by prakriti12oct | 18th Oct, 2019, 09:27: PM
Methanide ions are derrived from Methane (CH4) and their chemical formula is C4- .
Answered by Ravi | 21st Oct, 2019, 04:49: PM
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