What Is a Buffer System?

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A buffer system is a chemical system that maintains a relatively constant pH even in cases where strong bases and acids are added. Buffer solutions have either a weak acid or base of one of their salts, which makes it constant. They provide ions that aid in the conductivity of electricity.
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