A buffer is able to resist changes in pH because the solution contains a high amount of both a conjugate acid and a conjugate base in equilibrium, allowing it to neutralize small amounts of acids or bases that are added.... More »

An important buffer system in the human body is the bicarbonate buffering system that keeps human blood in the right pH range. This buffer system is essential, because exercise produces carbon dioxide and lactic acid in ... More »

Buffers are an important part of the biochemical processes of living things because they help keep the pH within organisms' body stable. Most biochemical reactions that are essential for life only take place in a narrow ... More »

A double indicator titration is the process used in chemistry experiments to determine and analyze the amount and concentration of acids or bases in a solution at two end points. For example, when titrating sodium carbon... More »

In chemistry, a buffer is a substance that is able to resist changes in pH when it is a part of a solution. Buffers are added to solutions to resist acidic or basic compounds. More »

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Sodium acid pyrosphosphate is a water-soluble chemical used in the food industry to prevent rapid changes in the acidity of a solution when other acids or bases are added. Also known as disodium pyrophosphate, it is used... More »

Alkaline materials are bases in chemistry, meaning they are able to neutralize acids. The pH of an alkaline material dissolved in water is above 7 because these materials have a relatively low concentration of hydrogen i... More »

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