X-Ray Structure of Aspirin

The X-ray structure of aspirin contains dimers formed hydrogen-bonding between the acids and dimers formed by dipole-bonding between two ester functions. Each aspirin is part of a dimer of each type. Could you extend the chain to the right and left?


Figure. The X-ray structure of aspirin contains dimers formed H-bonding between the acids and dimers formed by dipole-bonding between two ester functions. Each aspirin is part of a dimer of each type.

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