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Henderson-Hasselbach equation

[ hĕndər-sən-hăsəl-bălk′, -häsəl-bälKH′ ]
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n.

An equation expressing the pH of a buffer solution as a function of the concentration of the weak acid or base and the salt components of the buffer.

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