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###### What is the expected product of the following reaction?CH3 1) SOClz Hyc OH 2) propanol pyridineSelect one: CH; OH HjcCH;CH3 OH 6OH HSCCH; HscOHCH3 cCHa

What is the expected product of the following reaction? CH3 1) SOClz Hyc OH 2) propanol pyridine Select one: CH; OH Hjc CH; CH3 OH 6OH HSC CH; Hsc OH CH3 c CHa

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