Antacid Investigation: Analysis & Conclusion

This lesson looks at how to check results for reproducibility, how to display results of the antacid investigation appropriately and how to use these results to write a conclusion about which is the best antacid medicine.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What kind of chemical are antacids?

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Q2.When would someone take antacids?

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Q3.Which variable is changed in an investigation?

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Q4.What type of reaction takes place between the antacid and the stomach acid?

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Q5.What is the pH in the stomach?

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Q6.Revision: What two products would be made as a result of the reaction above?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Q1.What kind of chemical are antacids?

1/6

Q2.When would someone take antacids?

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Q3.Which variable is changed in an investigation?

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Q4.What type of reaction takes place between the antacid and the stomach acid?

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Q5.What is the pH in the stomach?

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Q6.Revision: What two products would be made as a result of the reaction above?

6/6

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Antacid Investigation (analysis and conclusion)

This quiz will test your knowledge from this lesson and some prior knowledge too!

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Q1.What do we do with our data if we have done repeats?

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Q2.How do you recognise an anomalous result?

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Q3.The antacids were the independent variable in this investigation. What kind of data are the names of the antacids?

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Q4.What type of graph should be drawn after completing this investigation?

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Q5.Revision: which salt would form when sodium hydroxide reacts with nitric acid?

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Q6.Revision: why do you see bubbles when an acid reacts with a metal?

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Quiz:

Antacid Investigation (analysis and conclusion)

This quiz will test your knowledge from this lesson and some prior knowledge too!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Q1.What do we do with our data if we have done repeats?

1/6

Q2.How do you recognise an anomalous result?

2/6

Q3.The antacids were the independent variable in this investigation. What kind of data are the names of the antacids?

3/6

Q4.What type of graph should be drawn after completing this investigation?

4/6

Q5.Revision: which salt would form when sodium hydroxide reacts with nitric acid?

5/6

Q6.Revision: why do you see bubbles when an acid reacts with a metal?

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Lesson summary: Antacid Investigation: Analysis & Conclusion

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