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methanol dehydration to dimethyl ether (DME). it is simple

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S(CH3)2 is the formula for Dimethyl Sulfide analogous to Dimethyl ether

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Dimethyl ether is polar. It is more polar than an equivalent alkene but not nearly as polar as an ester or an amide.

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