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Barry 02-03-2004 10:57 PM

Strange buffer properties
 

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Adding water to a buffered solution has "minimal" impact on the pH, not "no"
impact. Extrapolate to infinite dilution with pure water and you obviously
have a pH of 7. In practical terms, pH changes in common laboratory buffer
solutions are usually just detectable at about 50/50 dilution with water,
and become marked at 1:10.

Barry Hunt




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