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Newland's law of octaves was similar to which of the following?

 


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A
Colours of the rainbow
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B
Notes of music
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C
Planets in the solar system
 
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D
Days of a week

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The correct option is B Notes of music
According to Newland, when the elements are arranged in the increasing order of atomic massses, every eighth element will resemble the first element in its properties.
This is similar to the octaves found in music "do re mi fa so la ti".

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