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1.     What are examples of common over-the-counter medicines whose active ingredient(s) is/are ionic

compounds? Write down the name of this OTC medicine, the correct chemical name of its active ingredient and identify the ions formed (including charge) when that ionic compound is added to water (or in your stomach).

a.     Medicine Name:

Ionic Compound/Active Ingredient:

Cation and Charge:

Anion and Charge:

b.     Medicine Name:

Ionic Compound/Active Ingredient:

Cation and Charge:

Anion and Charge:

c.     Medicine Name:

Ionic Compound/Active Ingredient:

Cation and Charge:

Anion and Charge:

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