0.1 mol NaCl + 0.1 mol KCl would produce a buffer solution if dissolved in water?

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  1. Absolutely not.
    You need a weak acid and a salt of the weak acid OR weak base and salt of weak base. KCl and NaCl both are salts of strong acids and strong bases.

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