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What is a buffer?

A buffer is a solution that can resist changes in acidity or alkalinity when small amounts of H+ or OH- are added.

- An acidic buffer is made from a weak acid and a soluble salt of that acid

-A basic buffer is made from a base and a soluble salt of that base

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