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The complete hydrogenation of benzene gives
The complete hydrogenation of benzene involves adding hydrogen gas (H2) to the benzene ring under the right conditions. This reaction is known as hydrogenation and it can be catalyzed by a metal catalyst, such as platinum or nickel. During the reaction, the double bonds in the benzene ring are broken and each carbon atom in the ring is bonded to two hydrogen atoms. The product of the reaction is cyclohexane, a six-membered ring hydrocarbon with single bonds between all the carbon atoms. Therefore, the correct answer is (b) Cyclohexane.