People often take milk of magnesia to reduce the discomfort associated
with acid stomach or heartburn. The recommended
dose is 1 teaspoon, which contains 4.00 * 102 mg of Mg(OH)2.
What volume of an HCl solution with a pH of 1.3 can be neutralized
by one dose of milk of magnesia? If the stomach contains 2.00 * 102 mL of pH 1.3 solution, is all the acid neutralized? If not, what fraction is neutralized?
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