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The Influence Of Electrolytes On The Stability Of Red Blood Corpuscle Suspensions


, : The Influence Of Electrolytes On The Stability Of Red Blood Corpuscle Suspensions. Journal of General Physiology 7(1): 99-122

Two types of stability are observed in suspensions of red blood cells. In weak concentrations of electrolytes the stability depends on the electric charge of the cells and suspension is unstable below a certain critical P.D. In strong concentrations of electrolyte, the stability bears no relation to the charge.

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