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Thus the proton is transferred to a greater extent in the transition state in the case of 28, an expectation of the Hammond postulate. Capon and Smith examined 2,5-anhydro-a L-arabinofuranoside, benzaldehyde diethyl acetal, and benzophenone diethyl ketal and found no buffer catalysis by acetate or imidazole buffers (91). Anderson and Capon have presented evidence for intermolecular general acid catalysis of the hydrolysis of a mixed aryl alkyl acetal of benzaldehyde (93,94). Here the basicity of the leaving group (the phenoxy group in 29) is reduced relative to a dialkyl acetal.