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diet
I bloat real easily. I get a stomach that bulges out everytime and it looks like I'm pregnant. I eat healthy and I'm in the process of getting a flatter stomach. So I'm excersing and etc... Is it possible to get a flat stomach even if your stomach bloat easily?

Chemistry
How many grams of calcium carbonate, CaCO3, do you need in an antacid tablet to neutralize 20 mL of stomach acid? (stomach acid is 0.1 M HCl. There are 3.65g of HCl in 1L of stomach acid or 1g of HCl in 274g of stomach acid).

science
A boy complains of stomach pain to his mother. Unable to resolve the issue herself, she takes the boy to the doctor. Which of the following might be a good hypothesis for the stomach pain?The boy fell and hurt his stomach. The boy has an infection and needs antibiotics. The ...

Chem
stomach wall has a protective lining of mucous that prevent the acid from penetrating the underlying tissues. using asprin too often can damage the stomach wall. Aspirn is a weak carboxlyliic acid with a Ka of 3.2 x 10^-4. HC8H7O2CO2(aq) <--> H^+(aq) + C8H7O2CO2^-(aq) ...

chemistry
pKa = 2.1; pH = 2.0 (stomach); pH = 6 (intestines) = 99.98741233 % ionized in intestines = 0.012587669 % non-ionized in = 55.7311634 % non -ionized in stomach =44.2688366% ionized in stomach Predict whether this compound will be absorbed by passive diffusion better in the ...

Science
The approximate concentration of hydrochloric acid in the stomach(stomach acid) is 0.17m.calculate the mass of the following to neutralise 50cm of stomach acid.a)bicarbonate of soda b)aluminium hydro xide

chemistry
When you consume a lot of food that is basic, how does your stomach respond to it? Why is this response necessary? Do you want to neutralize ALL the acid in your stomach? Why or Why not (Hint: What is the stomach acid for?) Describe and explain two possible advantages of ...

Science
These are 3 of the 21 questions i have and they seem pretty difficult. Someone help me please :). When you consume a lot of food that is basic, how does your stomach respond to it? Why is this response necessary? Do you want to neutralize ALL the acid in your stomach? Why or ...

physics
An airplane passenger has 150 ml of air in his stomach just before the plane takes off from a sea level airport where the pressure is 1 atm. What volume will this air have at a cruising altitude where the pressure in the man’s stomach has equalized with the cabin pressure 75...

science
I want to know object of stomach. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stomach

Chemistry
Imagine that you are a charge nurse in a nursing home. You are typically the only medical personnel in the house at any one time. A patient who is known to have excess stomach acid asks you to give him an antacid tablet. The typical antacid is either calcium carbonate or ...

chemistry
what mass of aluminum hydroxide needs to be consumed to neutralize 1.25L of stomach acid (HCl). Stomach acid has a pH of 2.2

chem
If you want to increase the pH of the stomach from 1 to 2 using an antacid tablet, how many grams of CaCO3 will be required to change the pH value? Assume the acid is HCl and you have a 1L stomach value

Biochemistry
All biological enzymes function best at particular pH values. In the normal human stomach, the pH of 2.0-3.0 provides the environment required for the proper functioning of the digestive enzymes found there. 1. How would adding a basic medicine effect the pH of the stomach? 2....

physiology
Gastrin is a hormone secreted into the __________ by the ___________. Blood; stomach Lumen; stomach Lumen; pancreas Blood; small intestine

science
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.

Science
The gel that the sonographers use to put on the patient's stomach, what exactly does it do? Is it important to put that on the patient's stomach or can you create images without it?

chemistry
Why is HCl required in the stomach? A. To transport proteins into the small intestines B. To help absorb other acids in the stomach C. To catalyze the digestion of carbohydrates D. To aid in the digestion of proteins

Biology - The Stomach
When referring to the lumen of the stomach is that just the opening. As in where are the HCl is and where your food enters? I googled the definition of lumen and it says inside space. I'm just not too clear on what it really means. Thanks.

biology/chemistry
can stomach acid dissolve a chewing gum? can stomach acid dissolve iron? pls someone help

Biology
can stomach acid dissolve a chewing gum? can stomach acid dissolve iron? pls someone help

Chemistry
A number of antacid tablets contain water-insoluble metal hydroxides such as milk of magnesia, Mg(OH)2. Stomach acid is about 0.10 mol/L HCl(aq). Calculate the number of millimetres of stomach acid that can be neutralized by 500 mg of Mg(OH)2 (s).

Applied Behavioral
According to your text, jarjuana has been successfully used to treat 1. nausea and glaucoma 2 depression and nausea 3 alcoholism and stomach ulcrs 4 nausea and stomach ulcers my answer is nausea and glaucoma

Chemistry
Rolaids once ran a national advertising campaign in which it claimed that Rolaids consumes 47times its own weight of excess stomach acid. Can this be true. (Assume that stomach acid is .100M HCl and that its density is 1g/ml. I have no idea how to go about this problem could ...

English
My stomach aches. I feel painful in my stomach. My stomach feels painful. If you feel painful a lot, go to a hospital. You will have to lie on bed without eating, and get a shot through your blood vessel to intake liquid from a plastic container. You should not eat when you ...

Chemistry
How many liters of stomach acid (pH = 4.000) will be neutralized by a 1.50 g tablet of "Bicar", a commercial tablet which is 50% flavored and 50% NaHCO3? Note that: NaHCO3(s) --> Na+(aq) + HCO3-(aq) and: H+(aq) + HCO3-(aq) --> H20(l) + CO2(g) So far I've determined that ...

English
1. Lie on your stomach with your arms by your sides. 2. Lie on your stomach with your hands by your sides. 3. Lie on youir wtomach with your hands on your both sides. 4. Lie on your stomach with your hands on/by your side(s) ---------------- Which one is right? Do we have to ...

AP Chemistry
In a fit of boredom, a chemistry teaching assistant swallows a small piece of solid dry ice (CO2). The 8.9 g of dry ice are converted very quickly into gas at 311 K. Assuming the TA’s stomach has a volume of 1.5 L, what pressure is exerted on his stomach?

stomach
Under certain abnormal conditions, the stomach does not secrete hydrochloric acid. Identify three functions that hydrochloric acid has in the digestive process and describe how the failure to secrete hydrochloric acid will affect these processes. ??????????????????????? ...

Chemistry
Stomach acid is essentially 0.10 M HCl. An active ingredient found in a number of popular antacids is CaCO3. Calculate the number of CaCO3 needed to exactly react with 250 mL of stomach acid. CaCO3(s)+ 2HCl(aq)= CO2(g)+ CaCl2(aq)+ H20(l)

Chemsitry
Stomach acid is essentially 0.10 M HCl. An active ingredient found in a number of popular antacids is CaCO3. Calculate the number of grams of CaCO3 needed to exactly react with 250 mL of stomach acid. CaCO3(s)+ 2HCl(aq)= CO2(g)+ CaCl2(aq)+ H20(l)

science
The human stomach is an organ that helps us digest food. The stomach is one of many organs involved in the process of digestion. Others include the esophagus, small intestine, pancreas, and gall bladder. What name is given to a set of organs that work together to perform a ...

English
Which passage is correctly punctuated? a)In the middle if the night. My cat leaped onto mt stomach. b)In the middle if the night, my cat leaped onto mt stomach. c)In the middle if the night; my cat leaped onto mt stomach. d) My cat leaped onto mt stomach. In the middle if the ...

Bicarbonate
The stomach secetes bicarbonate into the small intestine. Does the stomach secrete the bicarbonte into the duodenum? And if so, what does the bicarbonate go through to get to the duodenum?

Chemistry
The efficacy of certain drugs is affected by pH. Many drugs are absorbed into the blood through cells lining the stomach or the small intestine by direct diffusion across the plasma membrane. Since the interior of the plasma membrane is hydrophobic, uncharged molecules cross ...

Biology
If at noon today someone has 1 E. coli cell, in their gut/large intestine, and E. Coli does binary fission, in unison each thirty minutes, how many will one have in their gut at 11:55 A.M. tomorrow? (five minutes short of a whole day) I'm confused on how to begin setting this ...

Science
the Barn Owl's body has two stomachs, the first is a glandular stomach which uses chemicals called enzymes to break down the prey into nutritious parts and waste parts. Along with pressure from the second muscular stomach, the fleshy portions are separated from the bone, hair ...

Science
1) Which of the following describes the correct sequence of the movement of food during digestion? :Stomach, large intestine, small intestine :Mouth, esophagus, small intestine :Esophagus, stomach, small intestine*** :Small intestine, stomach, large intestine 2) Compare the ...

chem
un-ionized aspirn molecules can readily penetrate the stomach lining into a region of less adicity. This is where the stomach irritation associated with aspirn occurs. Use Le Chatelier's principle to explain why irritation occurs in this area. Could someone explain the ...

H.E.L.P
1. Which of the following describes the correct sequence of the movement of food during digestion? stomach, large intestine, small intestine *** mouth, esophagus, small intestine esophagus, stomach, small intestine small intestine, stomach, large intestine 2. Compare the two ...

Science
1. Which of the following describes the correct sequence of the movement of food during digestion? stomach, large intestine, small intestine *** mouth, esophagus, small intestine esophagus, stomach, small intestine small intestine, stomach, large intestine 2. Compare the two ...

chemistry help
How does too little acid cause gastric distress? A. More than enough acid is present to digest proteins, resulting in inadequate digestion of proteins. B. The pH of the stomach becomes so high that proteins are not digested properly. C. The pH of the stomach becomes so low ...

Chemistry
Rolaids is an over the counter remedy for upset stomachs that functions by reacting with stomach acid. The active ingredients are calcium carbonate (550 mg) and magnesium hydroxide (110 mg). The inactive ingredients are dextrose, flavoring, magnesium stearate, polyethylene ...

Biology
1. Fill in the five levels of human body organization.   AND 2. Place the five examples below in order from largest to smallest:   You, Stomach, Epithelial Tissue, Digestive System, Parietal cells. ~~~~~~~ I don't know the first one but I think that the second one is: You...

science
Circle the term that does not belong in each of the following groupings. 1. HC1 secretion Acetyicholine Histamine Secretin Gastrin 2. Gastric emptying Slowed by fats Enterogastric reflex Solid foods 3. Cephalic phase Reflex phase Intestinal phase Psychological stimuli 4. ...

Health And Physical Ed
true or false the main process for digestion takes place in the stomach true false*** regular excersise stimulates_____which keeps the skeletal muscles moving to assist in digestion and excretion. peristalis ures digestion*** villi the main process of excretion takes place in ...

Biology
I'm stuck on these--- 9. Most of the end products of digestion are absorbed into the circulatory system from which organ? a. liver b. pancreas c. large intestine d. small intestine 11. Pancreas is to small enzymes as a. stomach is to saliva b. stomach is to proteins from amino...

English
1. A surgeon made a cut in the patient's stomach. 2. A surgeon cut in the patient's stomach. (Are both the same in meaning?) 3. David took off the poster and cleaned the wall. 4. David took away the poster and cleaned the wall. 5. David took the poster and cleaned the wall. (...

Physiology
Indicate the site of the following activity in the digestive system (mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, gall bladder, pancreas). 1.breakdown of cholesterol by formation of bile acid 2. principal site of formation of folic acid and vitamin K by ...

physology
Match the following organs with one of its functions. 1. Oral cavity ______ a. stores bile 2. Pharynx ______ b. begins mechanical breakdown of food 3. Esophagus ______ c. responsible for 90% of all nutrient absorption 4. Stomach ______ d. compacts food waste in to feces 5. ...

Science
How does 7up help an upset stomach

systemic anatomy
what are the portions of stomach???

Honors Biology
This graph on my worksheet shows the rate of chemical reactions with the enzymes pepsin and trypsin present in certain pH conditions. It shows pepsin works in a pH level between around 1 to 5, and trypsin works in a pH level between 4 and 9. In earlier questions I stated ...

Health
Is it not good for health to eat soup all the time? Responses Health - Ms. Sue, Sunday, October 5, 2008 at 8:55pm Why not? Homemade soup with fresh meat and vegetables is healthy. Canned soups usually don't provide the nutrients and have far too much salt. ----------- Thank ...

biology
which organ system contains the stomach

English
I forgot to include the following sentences. 1) I had a stomachache OR I had stomach ache? 2) I have a terrible sore throat. I think you should take a dose (can you say an effervescent tablet) of anti-inflammatory after main meals (lunch, dinner) and a tablespoonful/teaspooful...

Science!!
Hi!! Describe the lining of a frog's stomach. Please Help!! Thank You!! Bye!

science
is it true stomach acid beaks down food and why

science
why is it advantageous for the stomach to be below the diaphragm rather than above it

chem
is An antacid neutralizes stomach acid. a chemical reaction?

science
explain the digestive and storage role of stomach in humans

Biology
How does the pH of chyme change from acidic to alkaline once it leaves the stomach?

biology
what causes the PH to change as the food moves from the stomach to the small intestine

4th grade Science
why are acids that are found in the stomach and sweat important? HELP

English
I have a few more doubts on these sentences. Thank you for your help. 1)The bus, by which I usually come to school, was late this morning. 2)The briefcase, which you put on the book-shelf, is Peter's. 3)You'd better/should (put)/If I were you (in your place), I'd put a bandage...

chemistry,acid and alkali.
What is the pH of organs, e.g, the stomach and liver? I only need 3 or 4 , pleeeeeeeeeeeease help?

biology
is the blood that your heart pumps to your stomach part of the pulmonary circulatory loop?

Health Science
The __________ is made up of cardiac muscle. a) stomach b) lungs c) heart

lit
the greek base heli- means: 1 self 2 stomach 3 sun 4 mind

Reading
How do i write my cat leaped onto my stomach in the middle of the night correctly?

chemistry
is it possible to find out the aluminium phosphide from the stomach wash of 3ml

chemistry
is it possible to find out the quantity of aluminium phosphide from stomach wash of 3 ml

science
explain why alcohol exerts its effects more rapidly when the stomach is empty

chemistry
What is the balanced chemical equation and ingredients for brufen when reacts with HCL in the stomach

health Ms. Sue please
1. The body's functions are slowed when alcohol reaches where? (1 point) The stomach The heart The liver The brain 2. Which statement is NOT true? (1 point) Regular use of alcohol can lead to addiction. Alcoholism can be cured. Someone cannot cause someone else to drink. ...

biology
Which organ sterilizes ingested food? A. Salivary glands C. Pancreas B. Stomach D. Liver (B)

anatomy
What portion of the large intestine lies directly below the stomach and left hemidiaphragm

science
Which organ sterilizes ingested food? Salivary glands, Stomach, Pancreas, or Liver Thank-you!

secondary school
which is the formula that describes process to transform Fe3+ to Fe2+ thanks to HCl in the stomach?

science,chemistry
constract the neutralisation rxn of calos antacid and stomach acid,and balance it?

chem
How many mL of stomach acid (assume it is .035 M HCI) can be neutralized by an antacid tablet containing .231g Mg(OH)2?

Cardiovascular Respirtory
Which organ sterilizes ingested food? A. Stomach B. Liver C. Salivary glands D. Pancreas

Chemistry
When people have indigestion or "heartburn" they often take an antacid to reduce the amount of stomach acid (hydrochloric acid). Two antacids are Mylanta (magnesium hydroxide) and Titralac (calcium carbonate). Jimmy prefres to take Mylanta because Titralac makes him feel "...

chemistry
Rolaids consumes 47 times its weight in excess stomach acid. Can this be tested using quantitative measurements?

physical fitness (not homework)
how do i alleviate the pain in my stomach after doing curl ups, crunches, and planking ? tank you

Social studies
where do all human comes from? from the mother stomach Most scientists believe that humans originated in Africa.

science
can anyone tell me how or what process the mouth, small and large intestines and stomach. like what is there role or componets of the digestive system?

science please help me fast
the stomach uses two kinds of tissue to carry out diffusion. true or false

....
in the digestive tract, mouth is to bolus as a. stomach is to chyme b. gallbladder is to insulin c. small intestine is t carbohydrates d. esophagus is to peristalsis

chemistry
What data would you need to evaluate the claim that a certain product neutralizes 47 times its weight in excess stomach acidity?

Language Arts
What is the verb and predicate noun or adjective in this sentence: Rennett is an extract made from the lining of a calf's fourth stomach. thank you!!!

common ailments
erosion of the lining of the stomach results in a.hyperacidity b.peptic ulcers c.dyspepsia d.heartburn my answer is b someone please help

science
in the digestive tract, mouth is bolus to a. stomach is to chyme b. gallbladder is to insulin c. small intestine is to carbohydrate d. esophagus is to peristalsis

bio
What is the optimal pH for the following enzymes found in the human body? Explain. (catalase, lipase (in your stomach), pepsin, salivary amylase)

Biology
Which of the following organs would not be visible if you cut the body in a mid-sagittal section? Explain? a. Brain b. stomach c. heart d. kidneys

chemistry
The approximate concentration of hydrochloric acid. HCL in stomach is 0.17M. Calculate the mass of the following anatcids bicarbonate of soda NaHCO3

science fair
maybe making them pat thier head and rub their stomach or hear a lecture and draw while youre hearing it and then answer questions on it

Health
Physical signs of stress typically include ________. A. Stomach growling B. Tense muscles C. Tickling sensation D. All of the above I think it's D.

Biology
Which of the following is NOT a function of the stomach? A. store food B.kill bacteria C. digestion of most foods D. move chyme into the duodenum Tricky help?

trick question!!!
how can a person survive without a stomach but not without a small intestine. You need guts to do it! LOL!! laughing out loud how many brothers and sisters are there in a family in wich each boy has as many sisters as brothers but each girl has twice as many brothers as ...

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