PMID: 6033083May 1, 1967Paper

The influence of gaseous diffusion on the alveolar plateau at different lung volumes

Respiration Physiology
G CummingD C Muir

Abstract

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References

Jan 1, 1966·Respiration Physiology·G CummingI Parker
Jul 1, 1965·The Annals of Occupational Hygiene·D C Muir

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