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Textbook Problem

Define the term buffer. Give an example.

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Interpretation:

The term buffer has to be explained with an example.

Explanation

Buffer:

A buffer is solution containing a mixture of two substances. A buffer solution is characterized by the tendency to resist changes in pH when some limited of amount of acid or base are added to it.

A buffer should possess either a weak acid and its conjugate anion that is a conjugate base (weak) or a weak base and its conjugate cation that is a conjugate acid (weak).

In a buffer solution, both the species that is an acid and a base exists in equilibrium.

Buffer solution has the tendency to join with both hydronium ion and hydroxide ion and therefore, it does not show changes in pH thereby resisting it...

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