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MoeH
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What is a buffer? a solution that can receive moderate amounts of acid or base with little change in pH a solution that neutralizes acids and increases the pH of bases a solution that neutralizes bases and drops the pH of acids a solution that can receive any amount of acid or base to form a neutral solution

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Elizabeth612

Buffers maintain a pretty stable pH level, resisting any large changes. When introduced to a base, it will act as an acid to counteract it, and vice versa.

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