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Based on CaCo3 + 2HCl --> H2O + CO2 + CaCl. How many ml of 1.00 M NaOH should be used in the titration. 25ml of HCL and 750mg of Tums are combined to simulate an upset stomach.

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    You don't have all of the needed information (e.g., 25 mL of what M HCl?). It would help if you rephrased the question to clearly show what you want.

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