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Dissolving Rate of Different Aspirin Tablets in Water

[representing saliva]) and Hydrochloric Acid (HCl [representing the stomach’s acid]). The amount of Water and Hydrochloric Acid will be kept constant between tablets, and tests. Aim To investigate and compare the rates at which different Aspirin Tablets dissolve. The different kinds of Aspirin tablets are: Enteric Coated Tablets Capsules Regular Tablets Dissolving Tablets. Each tablet will be dissolves in both Water and Hydrochloric Acid (representing saliva and stomach acid respectively). Hypothesis ...

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Acids and Bases

substances. One way is based on their pH. Substances may be * Acid 2. Base 3. Neutral INDICATORS This is a substance which is one color in and acid and another color in a base. Indicators can ten be used to test for the presence of acids or bases in a substance. Some are available in paper form (litmus) and others in liquid form (methyl orange). INDICATOR | COLOR IN ACID | COLOR IN BASE | LITMUS | ...

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Worked solutions to student book questions Chapter 4 Analysing acids and bases Q1. Antacid tablets should normally be chewed before they are swallowed. Why? A1. Antacid tablets are normally chewed to provide a larger surface area for faster reaction with stomach acids. Q2. A laboratory test to determine how much hydrochloric acid is neutralised by a brand of antacid does not give a complete picture of its effectiveness in the stomach. What other factors might be important? A2. Other factors to...

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Chemistry Study Guide Acids and Alkalis

Chapter 10 ComMon Acids and Alkalis 10.1 Acids and Alkalis 1. Acids taste sour. Many fruits contain acids. 2. The three mineral acids commonly found in the laboratory are hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid and nitric acid. 3. Alkalis taste bitter and feel soapy or slippery. 4. The common alkalis found in the laboratory are sodium hydroxide solution, potassium hydroxide solution, calcium hydroxide solution and ammonia solution. 10.2 Acid-Alkali Indicators 1. An acid-alkali indicator...

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Acid Base Extraction

solution of an acidic and organic compound and purify its respective acidic product through the techniques of an acid base extraction, recrystallization, and use of Melt Temp (melting point range). The reaction of an unknown acid (3-chlorobenzoic acid) with diethyl and sodium hydroxide was observed, and the solution naturally separated into an aqueous and organic solution. The mixture of acid and organic solution was created and then separated through the Hirsch funnel into separate beakers of an aqueous...

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Acid and Bases

LAB 6. ACIDS AND BASES: PH AND BUFFERS PURPOSE: To determine the pH of common acids and bases using a pH meter, pH paper, and red cabbage indicator. To test the effect of adding an acid or base to a buffer solution. SAFETY CONCERNS: Always wear safety goggles. Wash with soap and water if skin contacts acids or bases. ACIDS: An Acid is a substance that when dissolved in water will produce hydrogen ions, H+, in the solution. An acid that does not contain carbon is called an inorganic...

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Aspirin Synthesis

to learn how to use salicylic acid to make aspirin. Aspirin is the most widely used over-the-counter drug in the world. The average tablet contains about 325 milligrams of acetylsalicylic acid with an inert binding material such as starch. Aspirin is used to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and lower fever. Aspirin originally was derived by boiling the bark of the white willow tree. Although the salicin in willow bark has analgesic properties, purified salicylic acid was bitter and irritating when...

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Essay

ACIDS, BASES AND SALTS 1. What are indicators? What are the different types of indicators? An indicator is a dye which changes colour when put into an acid or a base. The different kinds of indicators are- Natural indicators- Litmus is a natural indicator, litmus solution is a purple dye which is extracted from a plant called lichen. Litmus turns red in acidic solutions and blue in basic solutions. Other...

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Hydro Chloric Acid

------------------------------------------------- Hydrochloric acid From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Muriatic acid) Not to be confused with hydrogen chloride. Hydrochloric acid | | | | Other names[hide] * Muriatic acid[1] * Spirits of salt[2] | Identifiers | CAS number | 7647-01-0  | ChemSpider | 10633809  | UNII | QTT17582CB  | EC number | 231-595-7 | ChEMBL | CHEMBL1231821  | ATC code | A09AB03,B05XA13 | Properties | Appearance | Colourless...

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acids and bases bio 102

Results: For the solutions acid and bases lab the results my group received are as followed. Procedure 5.1 were we had to measure the ph of the following substances Vinegar 4 Apple Juice 4 Black coffee 5 Baking Soda + Sprite 8 0.01mM HCl 4 0.1mM HCl 3 Distilled water 4.5 Tap Water 5 Procedure 5.2 -Test the ability of buffers Before Buffer After Buffer Water 4 Water 4 0.1M phosphate buffer 6.5 0.1M Phosphate buffer 6.9 0.1M NaCl 4 0.1M NaCl 4.8 Procedure 5...

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