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### BI 202 Respiration-Fox (Chapter 16)

Course: BI 202, Fall 2010
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16.4 Fig. Fig. 16.1 Fig. 16.7 Pressure of a given quantity of gas is inversely proportional to its volume. Fig. 16.13 Fig. 16.12 Fig. 16.14 Fig. 16.11 Fig 16.21 Dalton's Law Total pressure of a gas mixture is equal to the sum of the pressures that each gas in the mixture would exert independently. The pressure a particular gas in a mixture exerts independently is the partial pressure of that gas. Fig....

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16.4 Fig. Fig. 16.1 Fig. 16.7 Pressure of a given quantity of gas is inversely proportional to its volume. Fig. 16.13 Fig. 16.12 Fig. 16.14 Fig. 16.11 Fig 16.21 Dalton's Law Total pressure of a gas mixture is equal to the sum of the pressures that each gas in the mixture would exert independently. The pressure a particular gas in a mixture exerts independently is the partial pressure of that gas. Fig. 16.19 Henry's a Law At gasliquid interface the amount of gas dissolved in the liquid depends on (1) Solubility of the gas in the liquid (2) Temperature of the liquid (3) Partial pressure of the gas Fig. 16.19 Fig. 16.22 Fig. 16.32 Fig. 16.33 Fig. 16.22 Fig. 16.31 Fig. 16.33 Fig. 16.34 Fig. 16.35 Fig. 16.38 Fig. 16.39 Fig. 16.24 Fig. 16.25 Fig. 16.26 Fig. 16.30 Fig. 16.33 Fig. 16.27 Fig. 16.28 Fig. 16.29
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