There is a math thread, so I see no reason why this can’t exist.
I haven’t taken chemistry, but we’re covering it in my Biology of Health class and it intrigues me more than most fields of science, which is already alot.
So far buffers for the pH scale have also peaked my interest, apparently if blood becomes acidic, bicarbonate accepts hydrogen ions to form carbonic acid. If blood becomes to base, carbonic acid releases hydrogen ions that combine with the excess hydroxide ions to form water. In either case the result is that blood remains near it’s normal pH.
^From a handout in my class.