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What are two reasons why the crude product in most reactions is not pure?

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    Most reactions don't go to completion; therefore, starting materials may be present in the sample.
    Other reagents used may be present in addition to the initial reactants.
    Side reactions may take place; therefore, competing reactions may produce other products.

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