Chapter_10_Buffers_090105_Lecture

Chapter_10_Buffers_090105_Lecture - B. What does the...

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Chapter 10: Monoprotic Acid/Base Equilibria: Buffers 9/1/05 I. What is a buffer? A. Brainstorm: B. Examples: II. Characteristics of Buffer Solutions A. Brainstorm: 1. 2. 3. 4. III. The Henderson-Hasselbalch equation (H-H Equation) and buffers? A. Derivation of Henderson-Hasselbalch equation:
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Unformatted text preview: B. What does the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation tell us? 1. 2. IV. Three Methods for Preparing Buffers A. B. C. V. How Buffers Work A. B. C. Limitation(s): D. Maximum Buffering Capacity: Rxn: HCl HA HA HA HA A-A-A-A-Rxn: NaOH HA HA HA HA A-A-A-A-...
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