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Total for Data Analysis and Interpretation
Data Table Buffer A| Buffer B| Mass of NaC2H3O2 used to prepare buffer (grams)
Volume of buffer prepared (mL) 100. 0| 100. 0
Molar concentration of HC2H3O2 in buffer (M) Initial pH of buffer
Volume of 0. 5 M NaOH to raise pH by 2 units (mL)
Volume of 0. 5 M HCl to lower pH by 2 units (mL)
Volume of 0. 5 M NaOH at equivalence point (mL)
Write reaction equations to explain how your acetic acid-acetate buffer reacts with an acid and reacts with a base.
Buffer capacity has a rather loose definition, yet it is an important property of buffers. A commonly seen definition of buffer capacity is: “The amount of H+ or OH– that can be neutralized before the pH changes to a significant degree. ” Use your data to determine the buffer capacity of Buffer A and Buffer B. (Graphically, we can identify buffer capacity by the sudden change to a very steep slope. )
Say, for example, that you had prepared a Buffer C, in which you mixed 8. 203 g of sodium acetate, NaC2H3O2, with 100. 0 mL of 1. 0 M acetic acid. a. What would be the initial pH of Buffer C? b. If you add 5. 0 mL of 0. 5 M NaOH solution to 20. 0 mL each of Buffer B and Buffer C, which buffer’s pH would change less? Explain.