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A solution of hydrogen chloride in water reacts with zinc carbonate but a solution of the gas in methylbenzene does not. Explain

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  1. Hydrogen chloride gas dissociates in water to form an acidic solution which produces gas with zinc carbonate while in methylbenzene the gas remains molecular hence the solution has no acidic properties and does not react with zinc carbonate 
  2. Bleaches by reduction
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