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buffering capacity
Subject Category
W Physical and Chemical Sciences
The ability of a substance to resist changes in pH when acid or bases are added.
Definition Source
US Environmental Protection Agency
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Used For
buffer capacity
Broader Term
physicochemical properties
Narrower Term
soil buffering capacity
Related Term
buffer index
soil chemical properties
soil pH
capacidad tampón
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