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Chapter 8, Problem 8.102P
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The change in pH when 10 mol of sodium acetate, CH3 COONa, is added to this solution should be explained.

Concept Introduction:

The pH of buffer solution is calculated using the following formula:

 pH = pKa+ log[A][HA]

This is known as Henderson- Hasselbalch equation. Here, pKa is negative log of acid dissociation constant, [A] is concentration of conjugate base and [HA] is concentration of acid.

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