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Carbon and silicon are both in Group 14 of the periodic table.

(i) Identify compounds which illustrate similarities in the chemistry of carbon and silicon.

(ii)Identify compounds which illustrate significant differences in the chemistry of carbon and silicon.

Hence explain why these similarities and differences exist

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