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(Me)2SiCl2 on hydrolysis will produce -

  1. left parenthesis M e right parenthesis subscript 2 end subscript S i left parenthesis O H right parenthesis subscript 2 end subscript    
  2. left parenthesis M e right parenthesis subscript 2 end subscript S i equals O    
  3. negative open square brackets negative O minus left parenthesis M e right parenthesis subscript 2 end subscript S i minus O minus close square brackets subscript n to the power of minus end exponent end subscript    
  4. M e subscript 2 end subscript S i C l left parenthesis O H right parenthesis    

The correct answer is: negative open square brackets negative O minus left parenthesis M e right parenthesis subscript 2 end subscript S i minus O minus close square brackets subscript n to the power of minus end exponent end subscript


    left parenthesis M e right parenthesis subscript 2 end subscript S i C l subscript 2 end subscript stack ⟶ with H subscript 2 end subscript O on top open square brackets negative O minus left parenthesis M e right parenthesis subscript 2 end subscript S i minus O minus close square brackets subscript n end subscript
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