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Boric acid is polymeric due to (a) its acidic nature

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Boric acid is polymeric due to

(a) its acidic nature

(b) the presence of hydrogen bonds

(c) its monobasic nature

(d) its geometry

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Correct answer: (b) the presence of hydrogen bonds

Explanation:

In Boric acid each B atom is sp2 hybridized and contains BO33- units which are held together by hydrogen bonds.

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