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Propose a mechanism for the following transformation: O Me Et H OH O OH Me Et [H2SO4]

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Problem 14.21

Propose a mechanism for the following transformation: O Me Et H OH O OH Me Et [H2SO4]

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SYNTHESIS HARSHIT RAHEJA SECTION: BB1 02/02/2016 Abstract This experiment was conducted to synthesize two compounds: a dye(phenolphthalein) and a pharmaceutical (aspirin). The percent yield of the synthesized compounds was calculated. The method of weighing by difference was used to weigh out reactants.The technique of UV-Vis spectroscopy was used to calculate the absorbance...

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