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This is how you can make your own Aspirin
posted May 23 2011 21:05.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I still remember the chemical name of Aspirin which i learned when i was young: Acetylsalicylic acid! It was rather difficult for me to learn it, but it proved to be like bicycle: Once you learn it you -almost- never forget it. Anyway. Here is a very interesting video from Periodic Table Videos regarding the most populat medicine of all times: Aspirin. Watch the video and learn how Aspirin is made, and the history of Aspirin:

[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
Tags: chemistry   crystals   how is made   how to   history   theory/tutorial   health & nature   science   

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