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8. Aspirin are produced by using which of the following processing methods?
a. mechanical
b. thermal
c. chemicka
d. electrical

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  1. I thought you had chemistry. Aspirin is a chemical compound. This lab is a standard in College chem labs, and HS AP Chem labs.

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  2. so, chemical processing ?

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