anonymous
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how would you buffer a solution that has a pH of 12?
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anonymous
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@mayelichris123 Your questions are chemistry questions! You can ask in Chemistry section,there you you'll get better help..
anonymous
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thank you

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anonymous
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Np! Also you can read here http://www.wiley.com/college/pratt/0471393878/student/review/acid_base/7_buffers.html
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Kay! Good luck!
anonymous
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Hi, if you use 100mL 0.05mole Na2HPO4 solution with 53.8 mls of 0.1mole NaOH you should buffer at pH 12. Or alternately 50mL 0.2mole KCl with 12mL 0.2 mole NaOH.

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