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A solution you are working with has a pH of 3. You need it to have a pH of 7. What would you add to it to
adjust the pH to 7?
2. If you had a buffered solution that was neutral, what would happen when you added a base to it?
Would you expect the pH to increase greatly, decrease greatly, increase a little or decrease a little?
Explain you answer.
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A solution you are working with has a pH of 3. You need it to have a pH of 7. What would you add to it to adjust the pH to 7? 2. If you had a buffered solution that was neutral, what would happen when you added a base to it? Would you expect the pH to increase greatly, decrease greatly, increase a little or decrease a little? Explain you answer.

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The explanation has to be given for adjusting the pH from 3 to 7.

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