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An ether and an alkene are formed as by-products in this reaction. Draw the structure of these by-products and give mechanism for their formation.

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  1. First, you've got to specify which reaction.

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  2. An ether and an alkene are formed as by-products in this reaction. Draw the structure of these by-products and give mechanism for their formation.

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