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Ketones are alpha-hydroxymethylated with alcoholic formaldehyde in the presence of sodium bicarbonate, a weak non-nucleophilic base.
The Chemistry of the Antibiotics used in Medicine, R.M Evans, The Commonwealth and International Library of Science Technology Engineering and Liberal Studies.
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