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Tubular Reabsorption & Tubular Secretion The

.... Inorganic phosphate, urate and creatinine also act as buffers and are excreted into the urine as acid when combined with hydrogen ions secreted by the distal ....

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The Diaphragm

.... Applegate, 2000, 389-390). This is because the amount of carbonic acid and hydrogen ions in the blood increases. 37.19 A buffer is ....

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A creatinine molecule

.... When the blood becomes too acidic, hydrogen ions are removed from the body by tubular secretion to help maintain the body pH at normal levels. ....

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CO2

.... 14.5a A logarithmic scale is used to describe the concentration of hydrogen ions and hydroxide ions, and this is the pH scale (McFadden, 2004). ....

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Acid Rain in America: Broad Overview as as Environmental Problem

.... In this regard, it is important to realize that, chemically, an acid is a substance that gives off hydrogen ions, while a base is a substance that gives off ....

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Cellular respiration

.... During the cycle, two carbons are removed to form carbon dioxide, energy is released, hydrogen ions are removed, and a 4-carbon molecule is produced, which ....

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The Kidneys

.... Tubular secretion of hydrogen ions plays an important role in regulating the pH of the blood, and tubular secretion helps get rid of waste products from ....

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Acid Based Indicators Acids increase the proportion of hy

Introduction Acids increase the proportion of hydrogen ions (H+) in solutions and bases increase the proportion of hydroxide ions (OH-). ....

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Public Utility Companies & the Environment

.... form a salt. Acids dissociate in water to yield hydrogen ions (H+). Acid solutions are corrosive and have a sharp taste. Acid rain ....

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Waste Disposal Facility Site

.... form a salt. Acids dissociate in water to yield hydrogen ions. Acid solutions are corrosive and have a sharp taste. Acid rain is ....

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Organic, Inorganic & Physical Chemistry

.... Hydrogen ions (H+) are transferred in a Bronsted-Lowry acid-base reaction, but electrons (e-) are transferred in a redox reaction (Oxtoby, Nachtrieb and Freeman ....

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Acid Rain

.... 1984, pp. 55-65). The acidity of these deposits is determined by the presence of free hydrogen ions. The scientific measurement ....

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Water and Electrolyte Balance

.... For example, both calcium and hydrogen ions are transported from areas of lesser concentration to areas of greater concentration (Metheny, 1992, pp. 3-10). ....

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Air Pollution Problems Along Mexico-US Border

.... form a salt. Acids dissociate in water to yield hydrogen ions (H+). Acid solutions are corrosive and have a sharp taste. Acid rain ....

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Overview of Pathophysiology

.... Applegate, 2000). You will understand how potassium and hydrogen ions are secreted by the kidney to control body pH. You will be ....

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Overview of Pathophysiology

.... Applegate, 2000). You will understand how potassium and hydrogen ions are secreted by the kidney to control body pH. You will be ....

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Effects of Pollution on Border Patrol Agents

.... form a salt. Acids dissociate in water to yield hydrogen ions. Acid solutions are corrosive and have a sharp taste. Acid rain is ....

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Chemistry

.... the same in that they are all composed of the same element, hydrogen, and have .... 5.E Ionic compounds are defined as compounds in which two or more ions are held ....

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Two Science Lessons 1. The primary structure of proteins I

.... water. Ware can form a hydrogen bond with other polar molecules or ions such as hydrogen or sodium ions (Chemical). Hydrogen bonds ....

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Importance of Free Radicals

.... Four species which are particularly active in free radical biochemistry include oxygen, superoxide, hydrogen peroxide, and transition metal ions. ....

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FUEL CELLS ON THE NASA SPACE SHUTTLE ORBITER

.... reactions. In a typical fuel cell, hydrogen gas combines with hydroxyl ions at one electrode to produce water electrons. The electrons ....

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ALTERNATIVE FUEL SOURCES

.... reactions. In a typical fuel cell, hydrogen gas combines with hydroxyl ions at one electrode to produce water electrons. The electrons ....

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Environmental Health Regulations in US and Canada

.... form a salt. Acids dissociate in water to yield hydrogen ions. Acid solutions are corrosive and have a sharp taste. Acid rain is ....

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The Development of Microbiology This

.... This is a weak bond. In water, the two hydrogen atoms attach at one side of the oxygen atom, making that side slightly positive which attracts negative ions. ....

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Corrosion in Drilling Operations

.... steel. Hydrogen sulfide, often a component of drilling fluids, supplies sulfide ions which fulfill this role. Hydrogen embrittlement ....

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Coppertone Moisturizing Sunscreen

.... Molecular ions show the highest mass in an EI spectrum and represent the molecular .... During the scan, the billions of hydrogen atoms in the patient's body line ....

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A Chemistry Experiment Each chemical equatio

.... is explained by the balanced equation for the reaction because hydrogen gas is .... Data and Observations Double Displacement Conclusions 1. The ions present in the ....

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Energy in the 21st Century

.... form a salt. Acids dissociate in water to yield hydrogen ions. Acid solutions are corrosive and have a sharp taste. Acid rain is ....

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Chemical Equations & Reactions Each chemical equatio

.... is explained by the balanced equation for the reaction because hydrogen gas is .... Data and Observations Double Displacement Conclusions 1. The ions present in the ....

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Science Essays Carboxylic acids (RCO2H) are one of t

.... Enols cannot usually be isolated, but enolate ions are stable and are more .... a general reaction for all aldehydes and ketones with alpha hydrogen atoms (without ....

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