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A compound will always retain all the properties of its constituent elements.
  1. True
  2. False


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The correct option is B False
The properties of a compound are different from that of its constituent elements.
For example, hydrogen and oxygen combines in a fixed ratio of 2:1 to form water. Hydrogen is combustible and oxygen is a supporter of combustion. However, water is used as a fire extinguisher.

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