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Q: Give a reaction mechanism for iodoform reaction using propanone?
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A reaction mechanism can be proposed using computational studies. But needs to be experimentally proved.

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How is paracetamol purified?

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What mechanism is involved in the reduction of Benzophenone to Diphenylmethanone?

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