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15. provide the missing reagents for the following reaction 

(a) i
(b) II
(e) I and II
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(c) II
(f) none are correct
aorgridi obt
15. Provide the missing reagents for the following reaction.
OH
Et
(a) H2SO4, EtOH
(d 1. LiAIHi 2.H30+ workup
(b) Na O Et, EtOH
me to
(e) 1. EtMgBr; 2. H30+ workup
(c) PCC
(f) None of them
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H
la
HOO
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(a) i (b) II (e) I and II 0) (c) II (f) none are correct aorgridi obt 15. Provide the missing reagents for the following reaction. OH Et (a) H2SO4, EtOH (d 1. LiAIHi 2.H30+ workup (b) Na O Et, EtOH me to (e) 1. EtMgBr; 2. H30+ workup (c) PCC (f) None of them HO,MO H la HOO

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