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# Phenol on treatment with diethyl sulphate in presence of gives

- Phenetole
- Anisole
- Diphenyl ether
- Diethyl ether

## The correct answer is: Phenetole

### Diethyl sulphate in the presence of NaOH acts as alkylating agent, it causes alkylation of phenol to give ethyl phenyl ether which is also called phenetole.

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