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Question 1 1 points Save This is acetaminophen , the active ingredient in Tylenol. What is the molecular formula of acetaminophen ?
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Question 2 1 points Save The carbon atoms in this amino acid have been numbered. Which carbon is chiral? Question 3 1 points Save Hippocrates described a tea that was effective against fever made by boiling willow bark. Years later the active ingredient was isolated and chemically modified to produce the drug we now know as Question 4 1 points Save The boxed functional group in this structure is
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Question 4 1 points Save Question 5 1 points Save Which of these compounds has a chiral center? H3C – C – C Question 6
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Unformatted text preview: 1 points Save This is the condensed structural formula for aspirin, the most widely used drug in the world. What is its molar mass? Question 7 1 points Save Which region most contributes to making ibuprofen soluble in nonpolar cell Question 7 1 points Save membranes and fatty tissues? Question 8 1 points Save Which is an aldehyde? Question 9 1 points Save Which best describes the mechanism of a steroid-based contraceptive? Question 10 1 points Save This is the structural formula of phenol, the active ingredient in some oral anesthetics used to treat sore throats. What is the molar mass of phenol?...
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