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Stomach acid has a pH of about 2. What conclusion can you reach about the pH of an antacid solution that is used to neutralize excess stomach acid? Use Figure 8-3 to answer this question.

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    and Figure 8-3 is ?

    I suspect the pH of an anacid is higher than 8

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