Experiment 14: Titration of Antacids General Chemistry I and II Lab Manual Dakota State University page 157 of 232 Experiment 14: Titration of Antacids Purpose: To understand antacid neutralization power. Purple: Favorite color of the artist originally known as Prince but then known as the artist formerly known as “Prince” but currently known as “Prince” once again. Background: See “Using the Pasco System” and “Basic Laboratory Procedures”; pipettes, burets, balance Introduction: There have been a lot of wild claims regarding antacids by the manufacturers; now you will have your opportunity to test these claims. The goal of today’s experiment is to determine how much 0.1 M HCl (roughly the molarity of HCl in stomach acid) will be neutralized per gram of antacid, per dose of antacid, and per dollar of antacid. Procedure: Sample Preparation: Choose three antacids; at least one liquid, at least one solid, and at least one with a mixture of active ingredients. Be sure to record the name of the antacid, the price, the number of
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