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Table 3: Observing the Effects of Acid on Buffer F and Buffer HBufferpH with 0mL of ColapH with 5mL of ColaF4.74.8H (water)8.05.1Table 4: Observing the Effects of Acid on Buffer G and Buffer IBeakerpH with 0mL of Borax SolutionpH with 5mL of Borax SolutionG4.84.9I (water)8.08.6pH 20mL borax solution: 9.51. Compare the calculated pH of buffers A, B, C, D, and E (found in Pre-Lab Questionto the actual pH that you measured in Table 1. What do you notice? Describe what have accounted for any variations.
2. Compare the pH of the buffer solutions A, F, and G. Is this what you would expecWhy?
3. Did either buffer F or G reach buffer capacity? How do you know? Explain yourreasoning.
4. What happened when the cola and borax solutions were added to the water? Is
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