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Topic: How the buffer system works in the blood of human body? Relation to pH curves?  (Read 749 times)

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Offline Infused112

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Hey guys,

Just wanting to know how the buffer system works with acids and bases within the blood of the human body. What would the pH curve be like if there is one?

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Just wanting to know how the buffer system works with acids and bases within the blood of the human body.

As in every other solution.

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What would the pH curve be like if there is one?

Curve of pH versus what?
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You might want to specify whether you are more interested in the control of pH within blood or intracellular spaces.

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