Chemistry

posted by Kate

"Hi there! So I have a chemistry project due in a few hours. I need to find the molar mass of a specific antacid tablet, but all I know is that the tablet is made up of 550mg CaCO3 and 110mg Mg(OH)2 I also know that the tablet has a mass 1.35g. How do I find the molar mass of the tablet, which is dissolved in 5o ml of water. I already know it isn't as simple as adding the molar masses togeather. Thankyou!

  1. DrBob222

    I've been in this business for 75 years and I've never heard of the molar mass of a tablet. Do you have any other information or an answer? The tablet has a filler of 1.35-0.550-0.110 = 0.690 g but nothing else about it's identity.

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