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Q 2677280186.     An alcohol `A`, when heated with cone. `H_2SO_4` gives an alkene `B`. When `B` is bubbled through bromine water and the product obtained is dehydrohalogenated with excess of sodamide, a new compound `C` is obtained. The compound `C` gives `D` when treated with warm dilute `H_2SO_4` in presence of `HgSO_4` . `D` can also be obtained either by oxidising A with `KMnO_4` or from acetic acid through its calcium salt. Identify `A, B, C` and `D`.

JEE 1983

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