What Is a Buffer Range?

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Buffer range refers to a pH range within which the concentration of any buffer solution is based. A buffer solution has a special property where its pH changes insignificantly when small amounts of base or acid is added to it.
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Each buffer will only be of sufficient capacity within a pH interval of pKa+1 > pH > pKa-1 so the optimal buffer pH-range is maximum 2 units.
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A mixture containing citric acid, potassium dihydrogen phosphate, boric acid, and diethyl barbituric acid can be made to cover the pH range 2.6 to 12. Source(s) wiki.
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Since there are three different equilibria between phosphoric acid and sodium phosphate the possible buffers can range from around 2 up to 12 H3PO4 in equilibrium with H2PO4(-) and
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