What is the pH of a sodium acetate buffer where the concentration of sodium acetate is ten times the

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What is the pH of a sodium acetate buffer where the concentration of sodium acetate is ten times the concentration of acetic acid? The pKa of acetic acid is 4.8 and the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation is: pH=pK_a+ Log [A^- ]/[HA]

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What is the pH of a sodium acetate buffer where the concentration of sodium acetate isten times the concentration of acetic acid? The pKa of acetic acid is 4.8 and theHenderson-Hasselbalch equation is:In the Henderson-Hasselbach equation, we have:[HA]=X-->Concentration of acetic acid[A-]=10X--

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