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First apparent dissociation constant of carbonic acid, pK'1, of plasma and erythrocytes

Respiration Physiology

Jun 1, 1975

A A Messier

PMID: 752

Abstract

The first apparent dissociation constant of carbonic acid, pK'1, of plasma and red cells was determined on venous blood of ten healthy, adult, male, human subjects. pH and PCO2 of plasma and red cells were analyzed electrometrically and a micromanometric method was used for the determin...read more

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Dioxygen
Venous Blood Substance
Portion of Venous Blood
Entire Antecubital Vein
Fresh Frozen Plasma
Centrifugation
Intraocular Pressure Test
Structure of Antecubital Vein
Carbonic Acid
Specimen Type - Erythrocytes
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First apparent dissociation constant of carbonic acid, pK'1, of plasma and erythrocytes

Respiration Physiology

Jun 1, 1975

A A Messier

PMID: 752

DOI:

Abstract

The first apparent dissociation constant of carbonic acid, pK'1, of plasma and red cells was determined on venous blood of ten healthy, adult, male, human subjects. pH and PCO2 of plasma and red cells were analyzed electrometrically and a micromanometric method was used for the determin...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Dioxygen
Venous Blood Substance
Portion of Venous Blood
Entire Antecubital Vein
Fresh Frozen Plasma
Centrifugation
Intraocular Pressure Test
Structure of Antecubital Vein
Carbonic Acid
Specimen Type - Erythrocytes
Paper Details
References
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