No Stomach for It: Investigating Antacid Medication
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You won't get a stomachache doing an investigative experiment. Pupils simulate the effect of antacids on stomach acid. Obviously, they won't be using real stomach acid; diluted hydrochloric acid serves this purpose.
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- Have the class collate their results on a poster
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