A friend asks the following: Consider a buffered solution made up of the weak acid HA and its salt NaA. If a strong base like NaOH is added, the HA reacts with the OH to make A. Thus, the amount of acid (HA) is decreased, and the amount of base (A) is increased. Analogously, adding HCl to the buffered solution forms more of the acid (HA) by reacting with the base (A). How can we claim that a buffered solution resists changes in the pH of the solution? How would you explain buffering to your friend?
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