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Which of these, if dissolved in 1.0 l of pure water, would produce a buffer solution? which of these, if dissolved in 1.0 l of pure water, would produce a buffer solution? 0.1 mol nah2po4 + 0.1 mol na2hpo4 0.1 mol h3o+ + 0.1 mol cl- 0.1 mol hcl + 0.1 mol naoh 0.1 mol h3o+ + 0.1 oh- 0.1 mol nacl + 0.1 mol kcl?

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