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1. A buffer system commonly used in the biochemistry lab uses a substance abbreviated TRIS, and it's conjugate acid TRISH+. A Buffer is prepared with [TRIS] = 0.60M and
[TRISH+]= 0.30M. What is the pH of this buffered System? The Ka for TRISH+ is 1.20 x 10^6
[H+]=Ka [HA]/[A] (Equation Attached)
3. I know the answer because I am studying off of a practice exam our professor gave to us, but I'd like to know how to solve it. The method I tried was [(1.20x10^6)*(0.60/0.30)].
Thank you in advance!
[TRISH+]= 0.30M. What is the pH of this buffered System? The Ka for TRISH+ is 1.20 x 10^6
[H+]=Ka [HA]/[A] (Equation Attached)
3. I know the answer because I am studying off of a practice exam our professor gave to us, but I'd like to know how to solve it. The method I tried was [(1.20x10^6)*(0.60/0.30)].
Thank you in advance!
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