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Unformatted text preview: Electrolytes . Inorganic ions which conduct electricity in solution - Electrolyte imbalance seriously disturbs vital body functions TABLE 2-3 Important Electrolgtes That Dissociate in Body Fluids Hectlolgto Ions Released Natl [sodium chloride) Na+ + tl’ KCI [potassium chloride] ll:+ + Cl- Clmdcalcium phosphate] ta“ + P03" Hal-ICU; [sodium bicarbonate] Na+ + H603- Mgclz [magnesium chloride] Mg2+ + 2CI' Heal-IP04 [dlsodium phosphate] 2m:+ + HPOf Nazsm [sodium sulfate] 2Na+ + 50; ...
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