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By: Conrad Schmidt
Posted: June 6, 2006

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An organic ester is any compound of the formula A-(C=O)-O-B, where A and B may be any alkyl (methyl, ethyl, isoamyl, etc.), aryl (phenyl, naphthyl, etc.), or heterocyclic (maltyl, etc.) radical.

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