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What type(s) of isomerism is/are exhibited by potassium dioxalatodiaquachromate(III) dihydrate?
(A) Geometric isomerism
(B) Optical isomerism
(C) Both geometric and optical isomerism
(D) No isomerism
(E) It is difficult to determine isomerism since it is fluxional

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