Put the TUMS tablet on a scale...
.015Lhcl*3.0molHcl/l*1molcaco3/2molhcl*100.09g/1molcaco3= 2.25g caco3 hope it helps!
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It depends on the mass of the tablet and the molar mass of the aspirin molecule itself, find out the mass in grams of one tablet, divide it by the sum of the number of neutrons and protons in one molecule of aspirin and it will give you the molar mass of the aspirin tablet.
THE QUESTION !!! A student wanted to find the mass of calcium carbonate in an indigestion tablet. She crushed up a tablet and added an excess of HCL acid (25cm3 of 1.00 mol/dm3). She the titrated the excess against 0.5 mol/dm3 of NaOH requiring 25.8cm3 of the NaOH. Calculate the mass off calcium carbonate in the tablet.
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The answer depends on what is being measured: the mass of the mixture that makes up the tablet or the mass of the active ingredient. It also depends on the mass of the tablet itself.
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If the water is evaporated the obtained mass of the tablet is the same.
Go to your settings. From there, go to about tablet. In about tablet, you can find the build information of your Android tablet.