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Indicate the proper reagents that you would use to carry out the
following transformations. Clearly show the structures that will result for each
proposed reagent.
??
OH
a)
??
b)
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Indicate the proper reagents that you would use to carry out the following transformations. Clearly show the structures that will result for each proposed reagent. ?? OH a) ?? b)

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