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Analysis of Neutralizing Power of Anti-acid tablets Content 1. Introduction 2. Work Schedule of our Project 3. Project Proposal 4. Experiment A: Investigate the neutralizing power of different brands of anti-acid tablets 4.1 Objective 4.2 Chemical Principle 4.3 Chemicals and Apparatus 4.4 Procedures 4.5 Results 4.6 Calculations 4.7 Discussion 5. Experiment B: 5.1 Objective 5.2 Chemical Principle 5.3 Chemicals and Apparatus 5.4 Procedures 5.5 Results 5.6 Calculations 5.7 Discussion 6. Conclusion 7. Reflection 8. Work List 9. Reference Introduction The reason why we chose this experiment is because we are very familiar with the topic on neutralization since we have been studying it for a few years. So, we have more confidence in dealing the problems that might occur when we perform the experiment. ...read more.


Work Schedule of our Project December, 2009 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri Sat 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Proposal Making 28 29 30 31 January, 2010 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 Hand in the proposal 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Discussion of our proposal with Mrs. Lam 13 First Trial 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Finalize our proposal 21 First Chemistry Experimental Investigation 22 23 24/31 25 26 27 28 29 30 January 27 Second Chemistry Experimental Investigation February 2/1 Third Chemistry Experimental Investigation February 2/3 Fourth Chemistry Experimental Investigation Results: Experiment A Magsil Final Reading/cm3 23.10 23.20 22.20 Initial Reading/cm3 7.10 7.20 6.20 Volume of 0.1M NaOH added/cm3 16.00 16.00 16.00 ACTAL Final Reading/cm3 18.70 36.10 20.30 37.40 Initial Reading/cm3 1.70 18.70 3.20 20.30 Volume ...read more.


of mol of H+ = 1.562 Work List Cover: Katie Cheung Introduction: Ting Ting Chang & Winnie Yeung Work Schedule of our Project: Ting Ting Chang Project Proposal: Whole group Experiment A: 1.1 Objective: Whole Group 1.2 Chemical Principle: Whole Group 1.3 Chemicals and Apparatus: Whole Group 1.4 Procedures: Whole Group 1.5 Results: - Magsil: Ting Ting Chang - ACTAL: Winnie Yeung - Maalox Plus Tab: Ting Ting Chang - Fedra-Gel S: Winnie Yeung 1.6 Calculations: Katie Cheung 1.7 Discussion: Whole Group Experiment B: 1.8 Objective: Whole Group 1.9 Chemical Principle: Whole Group 1.10 Chemicals and Apparatus: Whole Group 1.11 Procedures: Whole Group 1.12 Results - Magsil in milk: Katie Cheung - Magsil in tea: Katie Cheung 1.13 Calculations: Katie Cheung 1.14 Discussion: Whole Group Conclusion: Whole Group Reflection: Whole Group Work List: Whole Group Reference: Winnie Yeung Reference 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page 2. http://www.fortunepharm.com/products_3010_tc.htm 3. http://www.psdh.gov.hk/eps/productSearchSimpleAction.do 4. http://www.alibaba.com/product-free/106215389/Fedra_Gel_S_Tablet.html 5. http://www.mims.com/index.aspx ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

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