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Buffer Solutions

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Which of the following solutions cannot act as a buffer system ?

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Which of the following acid / base pairs act as natural buffers in living systems?

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The ratio of of a solution containing mole of mole of per litre and of other solution containing mole of mole of acetic acid per litre is:

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Aqueous solutions of and of identical concentrations are provided. The pair(s) of solutions which form a buffer upon mixing is(are):

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What ratio of acetic acid to sodium acetate concentration is needed to achieve a buffer whose pH is ? The dissociation constant of acetic acid is .

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In which of the following, pH of acid buffer becomes equal to 3.3? 

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A solution consists of mole each of  and . The of acetic acid is . What is the  of the solution, when mole of is added?

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A buffer solution is prepared bymixing of molar ammonia solution, of molar solution and of distilled water. Calculate the pH of the buffer.
  at .

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Which may be added to one litre water to act as a buffer.

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If volume ratio of  and (a weak base) mixed to make mL of buffer of is . The value of is:

for .

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