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- technical term for heroin
- ‘Evaluation of the contents of a glassine envelope found at the scene revealed diacetylmorphine (heroin).’
- ‘In 1897, Felix Hoffmann, creator of aspirin, created diacetylmorphine.’
- ‘The presence of these 2 ions on a bank note would confirm the presence of diacetylmorphine, the major active component of heroin.’
- ‘After cooling to room temperature, sodium carbonate is added to affect neutralization and to precipitate the crude diacetylmorphine (heroin).’
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