Please remember to show all your work for the calculations in questions 1 and 2. These can be added at the end of this document (see Calculations Section). Complete the yellow shaded regions in the document below.
AntacidVolume NaOH used in back-titration (mL)Volume NaOH used in back-titration (L)Moles NaOH used in back-titration Maalox24.1 mL1.205.001205
Based on the values you calculated above, which antacid is the strongest / weakest on a single-dose basis? Please explain.
AntacidMoles base in one doseMass of one doseMoles/gram for one dose Maalox24.120.0 g.00013975
Based on the values you calculated above, which antacid is the strongest / weakest on a by-weight (mass) basis? Please explain.
What might you have used in the above experiment in order to see a visible color change in the solution? At what pH would the solution have been neutral?
If you had walked into the lab, only to discover that you only had 0.1 M sulfuric acid available to run you tests, how might this have affected your calculations? Why?
Balance the following reaction.
Al(OH)3 + HCl AlCl3 + H2O
FDA major findings report and summary.
Please show calculations for questions #1 and #2 here.
Maalox: 0.05 mol/L*24.1 mL= 1.205 mmol/1000=.001205 mol
Tums:0.05 mol/L*22.4 mL= 1.120 mmol/1000-.00112 mol
Mylanta: 0.05 mol/L*20.0 mL=...