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Dilute sulphuric acid (as an electrolytic solution) would split into which of the following group of ions?

A
Oxygen ions and hydrogen ions
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Oxygen ions, hydrogen ions and sulphur ions
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Hydrogen ions, oxygen ions and sulphate ions
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Hydrogen ions and sulphate ions
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Solution

The correct option is B Oxygen ions, hydrogen ions and sulphur ions
The formula of sulphuric acid is H2SO4 and as we can see the compound comprises of Hydrogen, Sulphur and Oxygen ions. So upon electrolysis, the electrolytic solution will contain respectively contain the three types of ions.

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