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asdfeghjkkllxvbvcmqwetryuiop

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    |dw:1346769346661:dw|

  2. afranklin12
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    ur right. im stupid

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    @ghazi

  4. ghazi
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    i m not sure but at the place of methyl (CH3) you will have CCl3

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    nope

  6. Pallavi06
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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.....

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    the answer says 4-ethanoylphenol, HO-C6H4-COCH3 (must be 1,4- disubstituted isomer)

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    the answer is something like|dw:1347120387752:dw|

  9. Pallavi06
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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...

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    but they expect us to know in the exams

  11. Pallavi06
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    dont try to remember the reactions.....understand their reaction mechanism.....mainly of name reactions.......u just remember the exceptional cases...

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