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Solution: Which of the following acids and their conjugate base would form a buffer with a pH of 8.10?   A. HClO3 pKa= 7.54 B. H2SO3 pKa= 1.77 C. HC2H3O2 pKa= 4.74 D. HNO2 pKa= 3.34 E. HIO pKa= 10.64

Problem

Which of the following acids and their conjugate base would form a buffer with a pH of 8.10?

 

A. HClO3 pKa= 7.54

B. H2SO3 pKa= 1.77

C. HC2H3O2 pKa= 4.74

D. HNO2 pKa= 3.34

E. HIO pKa= 10.64