Phenol with hydroxide
A typical alcohol has a pka of 16, but phenol is more acidic with a pka of 10. The reason for this increased acidity is that the conjugate base, phenoxide, is stabilized by resonance delocalization. The negative charge can be distributed through the ring to carbons at positions 2, 4, and 6.
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