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A pure crystalline substance, on being heated gradually, first forms a turbid looking liquid and then the turbidity completely disappears. This behaviour is the characteristic of substances forming

$\begin{array}{1 1}(A)\;\text{Isometric crystals}\\(B)\;\text{Liquid crystals}\\(C)\;\text{Isomorphous crystals}\\(D)\;\text{Allotropic crystals}\end{array}$