Solubilities and diffusivities of oxygen in hemolyzed human blood solutions.

@article{Wise1969SolubilitiesAD,
  title={Solubilities and diffusivities of oxygen in hemolyzed human blood solutions.},
  author={Donald L. Wise and G E Houghton},
  journal={Biophysical journal},
  year={1969},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={36-53}
}
By continuous absorption and by bubble collapse methods respectively, the solubilities and diffusion coefficients of oxygen in water and in dilute solutions of human hemoglobin (1.11, 2.22, and 4.44 wt%) have been determined at one atmosphere and 10 degrees , 20 degrees , 30 degrees , 40 degrees , 50 degrees , and 60 degrees C. Measured equilibrium constants, oxygen/hemoglobin ratios and isochoric heats of solution have been interpreted in terms of various mechanisms for oxygen-hemoglobin… CONTINUE READING