Need chemistry help with a buffer containing 0.5 moles of sodium monobasic phosphate

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Suppose you had a buffer containing 0.5 moles of sodium monobasic phosphate and 0.5 moles of sodium dibasic phosphate. How many moles of hydrochloric acid would this phosphate buffer be able to accept before the pH of the solution began to change drastically

Nov 15th, 2015

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In order to change pH drastically atleast 5 moles of HCl would be needed to change pH by 1 point. 

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