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Solution: Which solution has the greatest ability to resist a change in pH (or buffering capacity)? a) 0.543 M NH3 and 0.555 M NH4 Clb) 0.087 M NH3 and 0.088 M NH4 Clc) 0.234 M NH3 and 0.100 M NH4 Cld) 0.100 M NH3 and 0.455 M NH4 Cle) They are all buffer solutions and would all have the same capacity.

Problem

Which solution has the greatest ability to resist a change in pH (or buffering capacity)? 

a) 0.543 M NH3 and 0.555 M NH4 Cl

b) 0.087 M NH3 and 0.088 M NH4 Cl

c) 0.234 M NH3 and 0.100 M NH4 Cl

d) 0.100 M NH3 and 0.455 M NH4 Cl

e) They are all buffer solutions and would all have the same capacity.