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Show how you would synthesize the following ethers in good yield from the indicated starting materials and any
additional reagents needed.
(a) cyclopentyl n-propyl ether from cyclopentanol and propan-1-ol
(b) n-butyl phenyl ether from phenol and butan-1-ol

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