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An oxide of an element is a gas and dissolves in water to give an acidic solution. The element belongs to which group of long form of the periodic table

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Correct option is B

Oxides of IIA (beryllium) group are basic in nature and thus their aqueous solutions are basic. Oxides of 4A(carbon) group are acidic in nature and their aqueous solution are thus acidic. VIIIA group does not form any oxides.

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