Problem: What is the result between acetic acid and phenyl magnesium bromide (PhMgBr) followed by treatment with aqueous acid?          (a) Acetophenone          (b) Phenyl actetate          (c) Phenylacetic acid, PhCH2CO2H          (d) Benzene and acetic acid          (e) None of the above

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What is the result between acetic acid and phenyl magnesium bromide (PhMgBr) followed by treatment with aqueous acid?

          (a) Acetophenone

          (b) Phenyl actetate

          (c) Phenylacetic acid, PhCH2CO2H

          (d) Benzene and acetic acid

          (e) None of the above

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