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Which of the following buffer systems would be the best choice to create a buffer with pH = 7.1?
HC2H3O2/KC2H3O2
HClO2/KClO2
NH3/NH4Cl
HClO/KClO

For the best system, calculate the ratio of the masses of the buffer components required to make the buffer.

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