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Normally, the volume of gastric acid in the human stomach ranges from 20. mL to 100. mL and a pH between 1.5 and 3.5

  1. Using the information above, what is the minimum concentration (in M) of HCl for the normal human stomach? Please provide all the work so I can fully understand the arrical of the solution, thank you.

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