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S2 Unit 3 Lab

cava chem 303 s2d32 unit 3 lab

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It's important to read volume by reading the [m-] (the bottom of the curve at the top of the column of liquid) It's important to read volume by reading the meniscus (the bottom of the curve at the top of the column of liquid)
[-s] absorb acids and bases. The more [...] you have, the more acid or base you can absorb. Buffers absorb acids and bases. The more buffer you have, the more acid or base you can absorb.
[...] of buffer has almost nothing to do with how much acid a lake can withstand! It's the total amount of buffer in the lake that determines how much acid the lake can withstand. Concentration of buffer has almost nothing to do with how much acid a lake can withstand! It's the total amount of buffer in the lake that determines how much acid the lake can withstand.
If two lakes are different sizes, then you have to do math to figure out which one has more buffer; you can't just look at the [...]. If two lakes are different sizes, then you have to do math to figure out which one has more buffer; you can't just look at the concentrations.
The amount of acid a lake can withstand is related to its total amount of buffer; not the [...] of buffer. The amount of acid a lake can withstand is related to its total amount of buffer; not the concentration of buffer.
Concentration of buffer has almost nothing to do with how much acid a lake can withstand! It's the [...] of buffer in the lake that determines how much acid the lake can withstand. Concentration of buffer has almost nothing to do with how much acid a lake can withstand! It's the total amount of buffer in the lake that determines how much acid the lake can withstand.
Created by: mr.shapard