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What should you mix with trisodium citrate to prepare a buffer solution, a strong acid or a strong base?

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  1. Citric acid is the salt of a weak acid and a strong base. I would add citric acid, a weak acid. Buffers are weak acids and their salts or weak bases and their salts.

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