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Which of the following statements are not correct? 

(A) All C–O bonds in CO32- are equal but not in H2CO3

(B) All C–O bonds in HCO2- are equal but not in HCO2

(C) C–O bond length in HCO2- is longer than C–O bond length in CO32- . 

(D) C–O bond length in  HCO2- and C–O bond length in CO32- are equal.

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Correct Answer : C, D

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