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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by SS on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 10:43pm.

If you measured vitamin C in the solution prepared from a vitamin C tablet, calculate how much vitamin C was in the tablet (show your work) and compare that with the amount claimed to be in the tablet given on the label. [Note: You dissolved the tablet in 200 mL of water, so the serving size for the calculation would be 200 mL]. What may account for any significant difference between what you measured and what is claimed? (Check the expiration date on the vitamin C bottle).

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