pH = 4.79
The pH of the acetic buffer can be determined using H-H equation:
pH = pKa + log [A⁻] / [HA]
Where pKa is -logKa = 4.76
pH = 4.76 + log [sodium Acetate] / [Acetic Acid]
Where  can be taken as moles of each specie.
Thus, to find pH of the buffer we need to calculate molesof acetic acid and sodium acetate.
Initial moles of acetic acid and sodium acetate are:
500mL = 0.500L ₓ (0.60moles / L) = 0.30 moles of both acetic acid and sodium acetate
Moles after reaction:
Now, 0.010 moles of NaOH are added to the buffer reacting with acetic acid, CH₃COOH, producing more acetate ion, as follows:
NaOH + CH₃COOH → CH₃COO⁻ + H₂O
That means after reaction moles of both species are:
Acetic acid: 0.30mol - 0.010mol (Moles that react) = 0.29 moles
Acetate: 0.30mol + 0.010mol (Moles produced) = 0.31 moles
Replacing in H-H equation:
pH = 4.76 + log [0.31] / [0.29]pH = 4.79
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