Buffers and Hendersen-Hasselblach

Most of us have heard of the aspirin called "Bufferin." Interestingly, it gets its name from a chemistry term called "buffer." Most aspirin available today have been "buffered," which means a layer of base has been added to keep the acid level lower in the aspirin - which results in no upset stomach. Sal shows how buffering is achieved in this chemistry video.

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