Some Physicochemical Properties of Dissociated Sponge Cells

@article{GaltsoffSomePP,
  title={Some Physicochemical Properties of Dissociated Sponge Cells},
  author={Paul S. Galtsoff and Vladimir Pertzoff},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  volume={10},
  pages={239 - 255}
}
1. The activity of the hydrogen ion, in a system containing 0.00280 mols of NaAc, 0.520 mols of NaCl per liter, and varied amounts of HCl or NaOH has been investigated. The average value of pK' for acetic add in this system is about 4.37. 2. The effect of the addition of various amounts of HCl and NaOH to a system containing 0.00280 mols of NaAc, 0.520 mols of NaCl, and a known number of cells of either Microciona prolifera or Cliona celata was then studied. It was found that in weak acid… CONTINUE READING

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