The titration curve shown below represents a 25 mL aqueous solution that is titrated with another solution at the same molarity. Which of the following statement is TRUE regarding the titration?
A. The curve could represent the titration of NaOH with HCl (adding HCl to NaOH)
B. The equivalence point is at pH 7
C. Point A is in the buffer region
D. At point C, there is excess base present
E. The curve could represent the titration of H2SO4 with NaOH (adding NaOH to H2SO4)
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