Get paper from

journal cover

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

Respiration Physiology

Jun 1, 1975

Arthur A Messier

PMID: 752

Get paper from

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

Venous Blood Substance
Blood Specimen
Carbonic Acid
Dipstick Assessment of Hemoglobin Concentration
Centrifugation
Pharmacokinetic Aspects
Mathematics
Specimen Type - Blood Venous
Drug Kinetics
Intraocular Pressure Test
Paper Details
References
    • References3
    • Citations2
    • References3
    • Citations2
  • First apparent dissociation constant of carbonic acid, pK'1, of plasma and erythrocytes

    Respiration Physiology

    Jun 1, 1975

    Arthur 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

    Venous Blood Substance
    Blood Specimen
    Carbonic Acid
    Dipstick Assessment of Hemoglobin Concentration
    Centrifugation

    Get paper from

    © 2019 Meta ULC. All rights reserved.
    /papers/first-apparent-dissociation-constant-of-carbonic/752