It was found that 25mL of this partially neutralized stomach acid required 8.5mL of a NaOH solution to titrate it to a methyl red endpoint.
If it took 21.5mL of this NaOH solution to neutralize 25mL of this NaOH solution to neutralize 25mL of the original acid:
A) How much of the "stomach acid" had been neutralized in the 25mL sample which was titrated? (show work)
B) How much stomach acid was neutralized by the 4.3628 g tablet? (show work)
C) How much stomach acid would have neutralized by the original 5.6831 tablet? (show work)
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