lab 5.doc - Mejia 1 Evaluating Antacids Professor Shelia Fox Xin Wu Jesse Fox Submitted by Marta Mejia Mejia 2 Introduction The capability of three

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Mejia - 1 - Evaluating Antacids Professor Shelia Fox, Xin Wu, Jesse Fox Submitted by Marta Mejia February 13, 2020
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Mejia - 2 - Introduction The capability of three distinct antacids for stabilization was performed. One out of the three antacids had to prove to stabilize more than the other antacids. The results of the experiment will obtain outcome from an acid/base titration. Each of the three antacids will be evaluated with two trials for each. Figure 1,2, and 3 will provide the results for Alka-Seltzer, Tums, and Milk of Magnesia. The results of the experiment should provide with evidence with antacid prescribed is more promising. Materials Goggles Gloves Apron 2 packs of Milk of Magnesia Bogen’s Universal Indicator Alka-Seltzer 4 oz. Tums 20 mL Syringe Vinegar 1 roll 1 M Sodium Hydroxide solution Large plastic cup Small medicine cup Balance Graduated Cylinder 50 mL Sheet of white paper Tap water
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Mejia - 3 - Procedure The proper attire (apron, gloves, and goggles) was needed to perform the experiment. The balance was reset to weigh 5 g of acetic acid on a large cup. Water (20 mL) was also measured but on a graduated cylinder (50 mL). The water measured was added to the large cup that contained acetic acid. They were mixed thoroughly with six drops of Bogen’s universal indicator. When the liquids were all mixed one tablet of Alka-Seltzer was weighted and added. When the tablet of Alka-Seltzer was fully dissolved sodium hydroxide (10 mL) was added.
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