1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data We are doing a experiement where we are testing the buffering capacity of soils. The text says to use Ca(OH)2, but we only have NaOH, which i plan to substitute. I just wanted to check that the solution i make up will have the equivalent OH. 2. Relevant equations making up 0.01M solution of Ca(OH)2 which is 0.07g per litre Of that 0.34g is OH 0.07 x 34/70 Therefore the equialent NaOH would be 0.8g per litre 0.34g *40/14 Would this be correct??