Antacid Analysis

Antacid Analysis - Experiment 26: Antacid Analysis...

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Experiment 26: Antacid Analysis Submission Date: 03/04/2007 Bench Number: A3-5 Student Name: Michele Ribeiro E-mail Adress: mribeiro@stevens.edu TA name: Alex Abstract This experiment was performed to establish the effect of antacid in the stomach. Everyone has felt a heartburn in there stomach. The feeling of heartburn is caused by the stomach secreting too much acid to neutralize and break up your food. Antacids work in the opposite way. They are bases that neutralize some of the acid in your stomach raising its pH to make the heartburn stop. In this lab we are going to test the strength of these antacids by use of a strong base-titration in which we will change an acid to a base with the antacid. K eywords Antacid, pH, Base, Buffer, sample, concentration Introduction Many commercial antacids claim to be the most effective but with the experiment we could determinate our selves which antacid is the most effective to our money. A titration was made during the process to help neutralize the ph and determinate the results of the
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CHEM 112 taught by Professor Jones during the Fall '07 term at Stevens.

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