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Several brands of antacids use Al(OH)3 to react with stomach acid, which contains primarily HCl: alpha Al(OH)3(s) + beta HCl(aq) = gamma AlCl3(aq) +...

Several brands of antacids use Al(OH)3 to react with stomach acid, which contains primarily HCl:
alpha Al(OH)3(s) + beta HCl(aq) = gamma AlCl3(aq) + delta H2O(l)
Balance the equation.
Calculate the number of grams of HCL that can react with 0.560g of Al(OH)3.
Calculate the number of grams of AlCl3 formed when 0.560g of Al(OH)3 reacts.
Calculate the number of grams of H2O formed when 0.560g of Al(OH)3 reacts

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