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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 476

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20-5 The principle used to separate a carboxylic acid (a stronger acid) from a phenol (a weaker acid) is to neutralize with a weak base (NaHC03), a base strong enough to ionize the stronger acid but not strong enough to ionize the weaker acid. �-o- OH y < }- co , shake with ether and NaHC03 (aq)
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