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We are asked how many of the following are buffered solutions
Recall that a buffer can be composed of the following:
• weak base and its conjugate acid
• weak acid and its conjugate base
• weak acid and a strong base
▪ concentration of weak acid > concentration of strong base
• weak base and a strong acid
▪ concentration of weak base > concentration of strong acid
A- and H+
mostly HB → Weak acid
How many of the following are buffered solutions? Explain your answer. Note: Counter-ions and water molecules have been omitted from the illustrations for clarity.
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