Problem: Which of the following statements is/are correct?i. Ca(CIO2)2 is the symbol for calcium chloriteii. VF5 would be called vanadium pentaflourideiii. Sodium phosphide would be symbolized as Na3PO3A. i onlyB. iii onlyC. i and iiiD. ii and iiiE. i, ii and iii

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Which of the following statements is/are correct?

i. Ca(CIO2)2 is the symbol for calcium chlorite
ii. VF5 would be called vanadium pentaflouride
iii. Sodium phosphide would be symbolized as Na3PO3

A. i only
B. iii only
C. i and iii
D. ii and iii
E. i, ii and iii

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