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Which oxides (Anhydrides) gives two Oxyacids in water ?

 The oxides (Anhydrides) in which oxidation state of central atom is found to be uncommon with respect to common oxidation state of family or group of the central atom. mixed oxide on dissolving in water  under go "Disproportionation"

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