X is the oxide of a Period 3 element. X reacts with water to give an acidic solution. A solution is prepared by reacting 0.100g of X with excess water. This solution was neutralised by exactly 25.0 cm of 0.100 mol dm sodium hydroxide solution.
what could be the identity of X?
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