Blood as a Physicochemical System—II
Several important properties of the blood as a transport system for oxygen, carbon dioxide, and protons are attributable to the fact that it is a two-phase system, i. e., a suspension of red cells in plasma, and that all three transported components are distributed between the phases.
KeywordsStandard Chemical Potential Blood Phase Carbonic Acid Dissociation Blood Base Excess Erythrocyte Fluid
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