Advanced PlacementCollege / Chemistry

Introduction to Buffers

Students use titration and pH to investigate the components of a buffer and how it acts to resist pH change.

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Standards Correlations

IB Topics AP Topics
18.2 SAP-10.B; TRA-1.C; SPQ-4.B; SAP-5.B

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Introduction to Buffers