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Heating carvone with aqueous sulfuric acid converts it into carvacrol. Propose a

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Heating carvone with aqueous sulfuric acid converts it into carvacrol. Propose a mechanism for the isomerization. Carvacrol OH Carvone O Heat H2SO4

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Chapter 3 ● Energy and Energy Changes ○ Energy is the capacity to do work or transfer heat ○ Forms of Energy ■ Kinetic Energy is energy that results from motion 1 ● E = k mu 2 2 ○ m = mass ○ u = velocity ■ Thermal energy is the energy of random motion of...

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