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    Alka Seltzer Experiment

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    surface area vs rate of time Introduction: In the investigation an experiment is conducted investigate if the breaking of alka seltzer into ½, ¼ and none effect the time it dissolves. The context of the problem is the time it dissolves to have the medicine show its effect. This problem exist in real life as people take alka seltzer to relief heartburn, acid digestion and stomach aches. This experiment would benefit society because it informs the society the better way of consuming medicine or alka seltzer in order to see faster effect in the body. Aim: To investigate the breaking of the alka seltzer into larger surface area (½ and ¼) affects the time it dissolves. Hypothesis: The more alka seltzer is broken, it dissolves faster in water and the less it’s broken, slower it dissolves in water. Equipment: - 9 alka seltzer - Room temperature water - Thermometer - Timer - 3 Glass cup or clear plastic cup - Knife - Measuring cup Safety risks and precautions: Risks: Spilling water on electrical appliances, getting a cut with a knife or broken glass Precautions: Make sure to proceed this experiment on a table far away from electricity or any electrical appliances. Be careful when cutting or breaking the alka seltzers. Be careful not to knock over the…

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    Alka Seltzer Lab Report

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    Introduction An Alka seltzer is a Blood thinner and a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug that can treat pain, fever, headache, and inflammation. Its two main ingredients are citric acid and baking soda. When the tablet is dropped in water, the citric acid and baking soda react, which causes the alka seltzer to dissolve. If an alka seltzer is dropped in orange juice, then it will dissolve quicker compared to water because the orange juice has a higher level of acidity. Methods For this…

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    Alka-Seltzer Experiment

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    ideal ratio of Alka-Seltzer to water that will produce the longest canister flight time? In the first experiment, we asked, what amount of water will produce the longest canister flight time? In the second experiment, the question was, what amount of Alka-Seltzer will produce the longest canister flight time? The main reason this lab was split into two parts was because there can only be one independent variable per lab, therefore, the water and Alka-Seltzer testing had to be done separately. In…

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    Analysis Of Alka Seltzer

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    Introduction: Alka-Seltzer is a medication used to alleviate ailments such as heartburn and acid indigestion1. The ingredients that the tablet is made up of helps explain the name of the medication, the sodium bicarbonate is used to balance stomach acid, help spread the aspirin which allows the speed of absorption to increase, and reacts with citric sodium which produces carbon dioxide2. One initial observation of the Alka-Seltzer tablet and water is that when the tablet was dropped into the…

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    Alka Seltzer Essay

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    The components of Alka Seltzer come together to form a pain reliever and antacid formulation. Aspirin is classified as a Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug and has the function of a pain-killer, helping to reduce inflammation, fever and pain within the body by reducing the production of a substance called prostaglandins which are “hormone-like substances” (Drugs 2017) that regulate the inflammation and cause the bodies pains and headaches.(Merck Animal Health) The Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate…

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    What factor affected the rate of the reaction when comparing the whole Alka Seltzer tablet to the crushed Alka Seltzer tablet? The factor that affected the rate of reaction is the Alka Seltzer size. Even though both cups contained the same materials, crushing the Alka Seltzer created smaller particles which allowed for a bigger surface area for the Alka Seltzer to react with the water. 3. Which temperature (hot, cold, room temperature) caused the reaction to proceed the fastest? Why? How…

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    I will be conducting focuses on how fast one tablet of Alka seltzer can dissolve in various temperatures of water. The core of this procedure is to determine the impact that temperature has on how fast something dissolves. My hypothesis for this experiment would be that the Alka Seltzer that dissolves the fastest would be the one that was placed in the water with the highest temperature. There will be controlled and manipulated variables explained throughout the experiment. The two main things…

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    The Effect of Temperatures on Rate of Reaction of Alka-Seltzer Introduction: A. Background This particular experiment consists of a purpose of finding out the effect of various temperatures on the rate of reaction of the Alka-Seltzer tablets. Alka-Seltzer is a medical drug that acts as a pain reliever or an antacid, which helps neutralize stomach acidity, such as heartburn. Alka-Seltzer is a form of a baking soda which is also known as sodium bicarbonate, (NaHCO₃). When sodium bicarbonate…

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    The experiment that I am doing is to see if the water temperature affects the reaction time of an Alka-Seltzer explosion. I believe that it will affect the time of how fast the CO2 builds up because the faster it builds up, the quicker the reaction and therefore the explosion comes faster. Alka-Seltzer is a drug that is used for heartburn and indigestion relief, along with many other things. When Alka-Seltzer was first introduced, it was advertised in comics in the newspaper in 1931. In 2006,…

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    Alka Seltzer Reaction Lab

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    Observations: This experiment was divided into two parts: one part was to observe the properties of a single Alka Seltzer tablet and the second part was to find the percentage of CO2. In the first part of the experiment, the visible properties of Alka Seltzer were observed and recorded. Each Alka Seltzer contains the same three ingredients: 325 mg of Aspirin, 1000 mg of Citric Acid, and 1916 mg of Sodium Bicarbonate. Two of Alka Seltzer’s ingredients, Citric Acid and Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking…

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