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Reaction intermediates are molecules that appear as the products in a step and then again as reactants in a later step (AKA they get crossed out when writing the summation of the reaction).
Irma, I doubt we would be asked such a question because the only method we've been introduced to so far to find an intermediate would be to look at the elementary reactions and look for a term that is created in one step and used up in another. So it would have to be listed for us to find it.
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