On the theory of blood-tissue exchanges: II. Applications
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The application of a previously developed theory of inert gas absorption is here outlined. Interpretation of uptake curves and the method of obtaining tissue constants from such curves is discussed, together with illustrations from actual experiment. A critique of previous analytic procedures is included.
KeywordsSaponin Ethyl Ether Terminal Portion Uptake Curve Elimination Constant
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