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Problem 86P

Write reactions showing how each of the buffers in Problem 1 would neutralize added NaOH.

Problem 1

Determine whether or not each mixture is a buffer.

(a) HBr and NaCl

(b) HCHO2 and NaCHO2

(c) HCl and HBr

(d) KOH and NH3

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Note Set #2 – week 4 Analytical Chemistry PH BUFFERS  Buffer: a chemical solution containing significant amounts of a weak acid/base pair that resists large changes in pH o Even when diluted o In the presence/addition of strong acid or base  Generally, buffers will work within +/- 1 pH unit of the pH you are trying to maintain, this is the buffering...

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
Edition: 5
Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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