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Typical Acids & Bases Used in Organic Chemistry

Proton transfer steps (protonation and deprotonation) are a common way to initiate chemical reactions. Chemists frequently add acids or bases (often in sub-stoichiometric amounts (i.e., catalytic)) to facilitate reactions. This webcasts summarizes the common acids and bases used.
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