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i m not sure but at the place of methyl (CH3) you will have CCl3
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|dw:1347116791550:dw| i guess it is formed.....it is a standard name reaction.....i am sorry if am wrong,........but ull get it in any standard reference of organic chemistry eg morrison and boyd.....
the answer says 4-ethanoylphenol, HO-C6H4-COCH3 (must be 1,4- disubstituted isomer)
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sorry ......have done long before.....but am sure that it is a standard reaction ....you will get it in book....check it out...
but they expect us to know in the exams
dont try to remember the reactions.....understand their reaction mechanism.....mainly of name reactions.......u just remember the exceptional cases...

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