Addition of sodium hydroxide solution to a weak acid (HA) results in a buffer of `pH 6`. If ionisation constant of `H A`

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Q 2711601520.     Addition of sodium hydroxide solution to a weak acid (HA) results in a buffer of `pH 6`. If ionisation constant of `H A` is `10^(-5)` , the ratio of salt to acid concentration in the buffer solution will be :

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A

`5:4`

B

`1: 10`

C

`4:5`

D

`10: 1`

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