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You run a reaction that uses trifluoroacetic acid as the reagent and

dichloromethane as the solvent. Your reaction is finished. You want to neutralize the reaction mixture and use a separatory funnel to wash away undesired salt byproducts and isolate your desired organic product. Which of the following would be good options for quenching your reaction and producing a mixture that can be effectively separated by separatory funnel? (select all the correct answers)


-an aqueous solution of sodium carbonate
- An aqueous solution of sodium trifluoroacetate
 -Potassium tert-butoxide and ether
 -Acetic acid
- An aqueous solution of sodium bicarbonate
 -Triethylamine in dichloromethane
 -An aqueous solution of sodium bisulfate
- Pyridine
 -An aqueous solution of phosphoric acid
- Butyl lithium in hexane

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