Problem: How could you make a buffer? Select all that apply.a) Partially neutralize a weak base solution by addition of a strong acid.b) Add appropriate quantities of weak acid and its conjugate base to water.c) Partially neutralize a strong acid solution by addition of a strong base.d) Partially neutralize a weak acid solution by addition of a strong base.e) Partially neutralize a strong base solution by addition of a strong acid.

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• Weak Base + Conjugate Acid
• Weak Acid + Conjugate Base

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How could you make a buffer? Select all that apply.

a) Partially neutralize a weak base solution by addition of a strong acid.

b) Add appropriate quantities of weak acid and its conjugate base to water.

c) Partially neutralize a strong acid solution by addition of a strong base.

d) Partially neutralize a weak acid solution by addition of a strong base.

e) Partially neutralize a strong base solution by addition of a strong acid.

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