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Element M plus N subscript 2 rightwards arrow with ΔH subscript 2 straight O on top NH subscript 3 Element M belonging to group 13 can be

  1. B or Al

  2. Ga or Al

  3. Mg or Al or B

  4. Mg or B

The correct answer is:

B or Al

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