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Carboxylic acids are stronger acids than alcohols
A. This is because the carboxy anion is delocalised.
B. This is because the hydrogen atom is delocalised.
C. The O-H bond in carboxylic acids is very strong.
D. This statement is not true

One characteristic of monomers that form addition polymers that is not common in monomers which form condensation polymers is:
A. the presence of alkyl side chains
B. the presence of two functional groups.
C. the presence of pi bonds.
D. None of the above.

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