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    Hi,I started doing my chemistry project on the effect of temperature on buffering capacity. I added a pH 7 buffer to distilled water and titrated it with NaOH. I then measured the amount of NaOH taken to increase the pH of the water by a unit of 1. I tried this for temperatures between 5 and 80 degrees but there was no significant difference between the data obtained.*This there any notable fault in my methodology?I have to finish gathering data within one week. Since I was going to discuss the effect of temperature on the equilibria*of the buffer solution, I am in the process of finding another experiment in the same subject area.*If you have any suitable ideas or any improvements for my previous method, please let me know.Thank you*
 
 
 
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