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When a monoprotic weak acid is titrated with a strong base, the titration curve contains these many inflection points:
a.zero
b.one
c.two
d.three

Can you also explain why you choose your answer to this question...thanks

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    (2) In a weak acid-strong base or weak base-strong acid titration, the inflection point at which the slope is greatest also precedes the equivalence point, and vanishes under certain conditions. Earlier calculations are shown to have given incorrect information regarding the location and existence of this inflection point. The location of the inflection point at which the slope is smallest— the “point of maximum buffer capacity”—is shown to depend on the concentrations of the reagents employed.

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