How can glycine act as a buffer at pH 6.00 and why? Please use chemical equations to show how it can act as a buffer at this pH specifically?
At the pH 6.00 glycine act as a buffer solution, because at pH 6.00 the condition is acidic and we know glycine is amino acid, so it is gets equilibrium with zwitter ion, means there is positive charge on N of amino group and negative charge on carboxylate. So there is pH no changes suddenly and we know buffer solution resist the sudden change in pH, so the at the pH 6.00 glycine act as a buffer solution. Equation –
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HOW glycine acts a buffer at pH 6.00 with chemical equations, meaning to show an example of how it specifically buffers another species at pH 6.00 with the proper chemical equations.