Where is" Millon's Base" in ncert ...

Where is" Millon's Base" in ncert chemistry ? Please help
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Aisha Gupta 1 year, 4 months ago

No it is in practical a test of ammonia called nesller reagent test the product you got after reacting ammonia with nesllar reagent K2HgI4 is called iodine of millions base

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