Problem: Oxidation of an internal alkyne using O3 and then H2O gives rise to : a) diols b) diketones c) carboxylic acids d) keto-acids e) none of these  

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Oxidation of an internal alkyne using O3 and then H2O gives rise to :

a) diols

b) diketones

c) carboxylic acids

d) keto-acids

e) none of these

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