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1. Calculate the molar mass for each of the following substances involved in the synthesis of
aspirin. (Hint: write out the molecular formula of each compound from their structural
formulas)
(a) salicylic acid
(b) acetic anhydride
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1. Calculate the molar mass for each of the following substances involved in the synthesis of aspirin. (Hint: write out the molecular formula of each compound from their structural formulas) (a) salicylic acid (b) acetic anhydride

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