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An azo dye is formed by interaction of an aromatic diazonium chloride with

$(a)\;a\;phenel\qquad(b)\;an\;aliphatic\;amine\qquad(c)\;benzene\qquad(d)\;nitrous\;acid$

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Answer : a phenel
Explanation :
An azo dye are generally formed as a result of coupling reaction between aromatic diazonium chlororide with a phenel .
answered Mar 17, 2014 by yamini.v
 
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