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Unformatted text preview: anticoagulant . It is used to control vampire bat populations in South America by a “Trojan horse” strategy. A few bats are trapped, smeared with diphenadione, and then released back into their normal environment. Other bats, in the course of grooming these diphenadione-coated bats, ingest the anticoagulant and bleed to death, either internally or through accidental bites and scratches. O O O diphenadione Suggest a synthesis of diphenadione from 1,1-diphenylacetone and dimethyl 1,2-benzenedicarboxylate....
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- Spring '06
- lactones, Diphenadione, EtO EtO