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An "A" group metal (M) reacts with chlorine and oxygen to form ionic compounds with the formulas MCl4 and MO2. Propose a possible identity for the...

1. An “A” group metal (M) reacts with chlorine and oxygen to form ionic compounds with the formulas MCl4 and MO2. Propose a possible identity for the metal M. Explain your reasoning.

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