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Tums v. Alka Seltzer
Transcript of Tums v. Alka Seltzer
It should be noted that the Alka-Seltzer trials had much a higher range and percent variation compared to the Tums trials, though both were still relatively low. Results Conclusion (cont.) To improve our method, we would like to find a more effective way of combining the antacid and the acid.
If we were to continue these experiments, we would like to test Alka-Seltzer against other antacids like Pepto-Bismal or generic brands to see how it would compare. The timeless tale of a neutralization reaction Alka-Seltzer 750 mg of calcium carbonate
Serving size - 2 tablets 100 mg of anhydrous citric acid
1916 mg of sodium bicarbonate
Serving size - 2 tablets Love, Emily, Olivia, Jenna, and Lydia Pour 25 mL of 0.1 M of HCl and pour into a beaker Add crushed antacids to the acid. Measure the pH of each solution with a pH probe Emily Adams, Olivia Primeaux, Lydia Netterville, Jenna H. Alka Seltzer would be more effective in neutralizing stomach acid because it has multiple active ingredients. 2HCl + CaCO 3 H CO + CaCl 2 3 2 HCl + HCO H CO + Cl 3 2 3