Analysis of aspirin tablets

IB Chemistry: Analysis of aspirin tablets

It is an interesting fact that if you buy generic aspirin tablets they are very much cheaper than packets of branded aspirin. The analysis shows that they all usually contain the same amount of aspirin (usually 300 mg per tablet) but the branded tablets contain other ingredients so contain less aspirin in terms of percentage by mass. This practical enables students to determine the percentage of aspirin in various brands...

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