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buffer solution

A solution which can maintain an almost constant pH value when dilute acids or alkalis are added to it.
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Noun1.buffer solution - a solution containing a buffer
solution - a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances; frequently (but not necessarily) a liquid solution; "he used a solution of peroxide and water"
buffer - (chemistry) an ionic compound that resists changes in its pH
starting buffer - buffer solution at the start of a reaction
PBS, phosphate buffer solution - a solution containing a phosphate buffer
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As early as 1938, carnosine was documented as a pH buffer (22).
Each polymer dissolved in DMSO was transferred to a pre-swollen dialysis membrane tube and dialyzed against various pH buffer solutions (pH 5.
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Capability to estimate or predict pH buffer capacity would clearly be beneficial for modelling pH-dependent processes within the soil N cycle, as well being useful in making practical decisions on the lime requirements of acid soils.
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The cream has provitamin B5, glycerin and a pH buffer to strengthen skin and provide essential moisture for improved skin health all day long.
A pH buffer, which mimics the natural pH of skin and helps preserve its natural defenses.
Soil pHBC, measured using titration techniques that produce a pH buffer curve, is used in the estimation of acidification risks and acidification rates (Helyar and Porter 1989; Ahern et al.
Ambrugey's sand filter technology uses a chemical pretreatment scheme using ferric chloride and a pH buffer added to the water.