Answer to Question #215412 in General Chemistry for John

Question #215412

Is there a point when a buffer is too dilute to be effective



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2021-07-09T05:15:27-0400

Saturated solution — a solution in which the dissolved substance has reached its maximum concentration under these conditions and no longer dissolves. The precipitate of this substance is in an equilibrium state with the substance in solution.


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