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Homework Help: Chemistry help

Posted by John on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at 4:15pm.

The Lab experiment we did today was to analyze an antacid tablets to determine the actual content of NaHCO3.
Suppose I dropped the tablets into the beaker and some of the reaction mixture splashed out. Would my final calculated mass of sodium bicarbonate in the tablet be artificially high or artificially low as a result of the splashing? How would this affect my measurements? Why would that be?

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