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2. Acetic acid and a salt containing its conjugate base, such as sodium acetate, form buffer solutions
that are effective in the pH range 3.7-5.7.
(a) In resisting a pH change, which buffer component would react with NaOH? Explain.
(b) What happens to the buffer activity when this component is exhausted?

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COnenta uonapa 2. Acetic acid and a salt containing its conjugate base, such as sodium acetate, form buffer solutions that are effective in the pH range 3.7-5.7. (a) In resisting a pH change, which buffer component would react with NaOH? Explain. (b) What happens to the buffer activity when this component is exhausted?

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