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What methods are there for the synthesis of aspirin in a standard sciences lab?

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Aspirin is chemically quite primitive, an acetic ester of the hydroxyl group of salicylic acid. 1.2 mol acetanhydride for each mol salicylic acid and 10 ml concentrated sulphuric acid are heated under reflux. About 85% of the theoretical yield can be
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