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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 2:50am.

in a reaction with 9-fluorenol and sodium hypochlorite (with acetic acid) that is supposed to yield 9-fluorenone, what could be a possible reason for error if the solution of 9-fluorenol, sodium hypochlorite, and acetic acid was heated too high? (around 80 degrees if the suggested heating rate was 50)

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