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Posted by seth on Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 7:28am.

Is this a buffer system? NH3/(NH4)2SO4?

It is formed by mixing NH3 (weak base) and a strong acid (H2SO4), but according to my worksheet it is not a buffer system. Why is this so? Isnt it a buffer as long as it consists of a weak base and its salt of a strong acid?

Please do not give me links because i have done researching on the internet prior to this already.

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