Question 27 of 29> Aspirin can be sunthesized in the lab by combining salicylic acid (C,H0) and acetic anhydride (C,H O3) to form aspirin (C,H O4) and acetic acid (C, H2O2). The balanced equation for this reaction is C,HO3 +CHO3 CHO4+CH,02 6 A student started with 4.48 mL acetic anhydride (density = 1.08 g/mL) and 1.59 g salicylic acid. The student synthesized 1.62 g of aspirin. Select the limiting reactant. acetic acid (C2H402) aspirin (C,HgO) O salicylic acid (C,H03) acetic anhydride (C4H03) Calculate the the oretical yield of aspirin (C,HO4) theoretical yield: help contact us terms of use privacy policy about us careers A student started with 4.48 mL acetic anhydride (density 1.08 g/mL) and 1.59 g salicylic acid. The student synthesized 1.62 g of aspirin. Select the limiting reactant. acetic acid (C2H02) Oaspirin (C,H,O4) Osalicylic acid (C,HO3) O acetic anhydride (C4H O3) Calculate the theoretical yield of aspirin (C,H O4) theoretical yield: Calculate the percent yield for aspirin (C,H,O4) % percent yield: help contact us terms of use privacy policy about us careers 1:23 2

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Aspirin can be sunthesized in the lab by combining salicylic acid (C,H0) and acetic anhydride (C,H O3) to form aspirin
(C,H O4) and acetic acid (C, H2O2). The balanced equation for this reaction is
C,HO3 +CHO3
CHO4+CH,02
6
A student started with 4.48 mL acetic anhydride (density
= 1.08 g/mL) and 1.59 g salicylic acid. The student synthesized
1.62 g of aspirin.
Select the limiting reactant.
acetic acid (C2H402)
aspirin (C,HgO)
O salicylic acid (C,H03)
acetic anhydride (C4H03)
Calculate the the oretical yield of aspirin (C,HO4)
theoretical yield:
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Question 27 of 29> Aspirin can be sunthesized in the lab by combining salicylic acid (C,H0) and acetic anhydride (C,H O3) to form aspirin (C,H O4) and acetic acid (C, H2O2). The balanced equation for this reaction is C,HO3 +CHO3 CHO4+CH,02 6 A student started with 4.48 mL acetic anhydride (density = 1.08 g/mL) and 1.59 g salicylic acid. The student synthesized 1.62 g of aspirin. Select the limiting reactant. acetic acid (C2H402) aspirin (C,HgO) O salicylic acid (C,H03) acetic anhydride (C4H03) Calculate the the oretical yield of aspirin (C,HO4) theoretical yield: help contact us terms of use privacy policy about us careers

A student started with 4.48 mL acetic anhydride (density
1.08 g/mL) and 1.59 g salicylic acid. The student synthesized
1.62 g of aspirin.
Select the limiting reactant.
acetic acid (C2H02)
Oaspirin (C,H,O4)
Osalicylic acid (C,HO3)
O acetic anhydride (C4H O3)
Calculate the theoretical yield of aspirin (C,H O4)
theoretical yield:
Calculate the percent yield for aspirin (C,H,O4)
%
percent yield:
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A student started with 4.48 mL acetic anhydride (density 1.08 g/mL) and 1.59 g salicylic acid. The student synthesized 1.62 g of aspirin. Select the limiting reactant. acetic acid (C2H02) Oaspirin (C,H,O4) Osalicylic acid (C,HO3) O acetic anhydride (C4H O3) Calculate the theoretical yield of aspirin (C,H O4) theoretical yield: Calculate the percent yield for aspirin (C,H,O4) % percent yield: help contact us terms of use privacy policy about us careers 1:23 2

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