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32, 298-300 ( 1959). G2. Gambino, S. , Collection of capillary blood for simultaneous determination of arterial pH, CO, content, pco,, and oxygen saturation. Am. J. Clin. Pathol. 35, 175-183 (1961). C3. Graig, F. , A simple, ,accurate method of blood pH determination for clinical use. Arch. Blochem. Biophys. 38, 357-364 ( 1952). H1. Hasselbalch, K. , Die “reduzierte” und die “regulierte” Wasserstoffzahl des Blutes. Biochem. 2. 74, 56-62 (1916). J1. , Standard bicarbonate, its clinical significance, and a new method for its determination.

S15), especially concerning the sampling procedure and the colorimetric pH determination of the plasma. 3 ml. The technique has been further modified by Natelson (N2). The microdifwion technique described by Conway (C2) is, in our opinion, too delicate and inconvenient for plasma samples smaller than 100 pl. 025% ethanolic phenol red and then titrated with NaOH. 40, the determined value will be the corrected bicarbonate value of Van Slyke (see Table 1). 40. The errors can be significant when abnormal pH values occur, so the titration technique can not be recommended for accurate work.

5. Pancreas .................................................. 7. Methods for the Determination of Magnesium in Biological Materials . . 1. Precipitation Methods . . . . . 2. Direct Colorimetry .......................................... 3. Complexometric Titration Methods . . . . 4. Emission Spectrometry and Spectrography ...................... 5. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry . . . . . . . 6. Fluorometry . . . . . . . . . . 7. Polarography . . . . .

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