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Posted by bee on Sunday, May 17, 2009 at 3:31pm.

Anhydrous conditions are vital for a successful Grignard synthesis. To demonstrate this point, calculate the mass of water it would take to
destroy the phenylmagnesium bromide that synthesized from 0.48 mL of bromobenzene and 112.5 mg of magnesium. What is the volume of this amount of water?

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