follow up to HCL and Bicarb question from last night

Anonymous
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Concerning that last question: I'm obviously not a chemistry expert, but the volume of baking soda powder, 3/100ths of a milliliter, seems extraordinarily low to neutralize an entire liter of solution. Would you mind just double checking your math to make sure you didn't miss a couple powers of ten somewhere? You obviously know what you're doing, but anyone can make a math error at 6 o'clock in the morning. I have to make certain this is correct or I'll get fired. Thanks and sorry to bother you again, Scott

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