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1)why does HCL fume in air?
HCl gas due to its high solubility, fumes in moist air.It forms a mist of droplets of HCl acid.HCl gas mixes with the atmospheric vapour to form a mist which appears as white fumes.
Anuradha Purion 23/1/13
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