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# Which ane of the following aqueous solutions , when mixed with an equal volume of 0.10 mol L aqueous NHz, will produce buffer solution? Oa 0.10 mol L-I NaCl0b. 0.20...

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###### Which ane of the following aqueous solutions , when mixed with an equal volume of 0.10 mol L aqueous NHz, will produce buffer solution? Oa 0.10 mol L-I NaCl0b. 0.20 mol L-I KBrc.0.15 mol L- NH3d. 0.040 mol L - HCI0.050 mol L - RbOH

Which ane of the following aqueous solutions , when mixed with an equal volume of 0.10 mol L aqueous NHz, will produce buffer solution? Oa 0.10 mol L-I NaCl 0b. 0.20 mol L-I KBr c.0.15 mol L- NH3 d. 0.040 mol L - HCI 0.050 mol L - RbOH

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