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physiology 3/30 lect

Respiratory Physiology 3/30

__ influences speed (sound production) and assists in olfaction (smell) repiratory system
__ filters, warms, and humidifies air during breathing respiratory system
__ assists in homeostasis of body pH repiratory system
Boyle's Law states that the ____ of a gas varies inversely with it's volume pressure
the ability to recoil when stretched elasticity
and ideal gas law that describes the relationship between pressure and the volume of gases Boyle's Law
an ideal gas law that describes the partial pressure of gases in gaseous mixtures Dalton's Law
an ideal gas law that describes the ability of a gas to dissolve in a liquid Henry's Law
Air in the atmosphere is a mix of 3 gases 78% N gas, 21% O gas, and .9% C gas
__ law says the partial pressure of a gass (Pgas) is directly proportional to its % in the total gas mixture Dalton's Law
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