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Title pH and buffers / Bozemanscience.com presents. [Learning express library electronic resource]

Publication Info. [Bozeman, Montana] : Bozeman Science, [2014]
©2014
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Description 1 online resource (1 video file (6 min.)) : sound, color
Series Chemistry essentials ; 069
Note Description based on online resource; title from title frames (LearningExpress, viewed November 2, 2023).
Access Access limited to subscribing institutions.
Performer Narrator, Paul Andersen.
Summary In this video lesson, Paul Andersen explains how buffer solutions maintain pH in a solution. A buffer solution is made up of a weak acid and its conjugate base. As strong acids or bases are added, the pH remains stable. A good buffer solution has a pKa value equivalent to the pH and equal amounts of the weak acid and the conjugate base.--Publisher.
System Details System requirements: Windows 8: current versions of Firefox or Chrome; Windows 10: Microsoft Edge, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome; Mac OS X: current versions of Safari, Firefox, or Chrome; JavaScript and cookies enabled.
Language Closed captioning available.
Subject Chemistry.
Hydrogen-ion concentration.
Buffer solutions.
Genre Educational films.
Short films.
Added Author Andersen, Paul, narrator.
Bozeman Science (Firm), production company, publisher.
Music No. LELV208 LearningExpress
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