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Selective Oxidations of Allylic and Benzylic Alcohols in the Presence of Saturated Alcohols

Part of the Basic Reactions in Organic Synthesis book series (BROS)

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Benzylic Alcohol Selective Oxidation Manganese Dioxide Unsaturated Alcohol Allylic Alcohol 
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