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State synthesizing acetyl ferrocene from acetic anhydride
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The lab was synthesizing acetyl ferrocene from acetic anhydride and ferrocene then doing column chromatography on it if you wanted to modify the experimental procedure to synthesize diacetylferrocene, what changes might you consider? consider each of the following:

stoichiometry

reaction conditions

purification of final product by column chromatography




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