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English: Mechanism for the conversion of an en:alcohol to an alkyl bromide using en:phosphorus tribromide. Scanned in from an Isis Draw image by en:User:Walkerma in April 2005.
Date 2005-04-19 (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; Transfer was stated to be made by User:puppy8800.
Author Original uploader was Walkerma at en.wikipedia
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