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Use this tag for questions relating to organic molecules and their properties (structure of organic molecules, spectroscopic properties, reaction mechanisms, stereochemistry etc). DO NOT use this tag as the only tag in your question, as this tag by itself cannot appropriately classify your question. Always use this tag in addition to other more specific tags.

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The step in question here is the so-called Wolff Rearrangement. In this rearrangement, silver in the form of for example $\ce{Ag2O}$ is used as a catalyst. A catalyst facilitates a reaction (lowering …
answered Jun 13 '17 by Fl.pf.
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As you noted, you need to find the limiting reactant. This is most of the time done by taking the one with a 1:1 ratio of educt:product. So in this case, the $\ce{ROCH_3}$. So you take that once. No …
answered Mar 30 '17 by Fl.pf.