Solubility of helium, argon, and sulfur hexafluoride in human blood measured by mass spectrometry.

@article{Hlastala1980SolubilityOH,
  title={Solubility of helium, argon, and sulfur hexafluoride in human blood measured by mass spectrometry.},
  author={Michael P. Hlastala and Michael S Meyer and G Riepl and Peter Scheid},
  journal={Undersea biomedical research},
  year={1980},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={297-304}
}
A method has been developed to measure the solubility coefficients of gases in liquids by respiratory mass spectrometry. A sample (2.5 ml) pf the test liquid, equilibrated with a test gas mixture, is injected into a sealed flask (approximately 140 ml) for extraction by equilibration. The reequilibrated gas phase in the flask is analyzed by a mass spectrometer. Separately, an equal volume (2.5 ml) of the equilibrating test gas mixture is injected into a larger sealed flask (approximately ll… CONTINUE READING

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