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How we measure the pH of body fluids with pH paper?


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2012-09-12 14:54:10
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You can measure the pH of a solution using pH paper or a pH meter.

Hemoglobin oxyhemoglobin is one of the main sources of extracellular fluids for the pH of body fluids. It helps with the protein of the body. It is needed for pH levels.

All fluids in your body are around pH 7.4 (physiological pH). It is the best pH for your cells to survive in. If the pH of your body fluids begin to deviate from 7.4 then problems can arise.

There is no "body pH." Different fluids of the body have different pH.

to be able to conserve the other organelles of the cell

There are several, but two notable mentions are a pH meter and Litmus paper.

indicator paper and pH meters

Yes, the respiratory system helps control the pH of body fluids by adjusting the rate at which CO2 is expelled.

Litmus paper measure the pH of a solution.

Litmus paper, or other pH papers can measure pH. Many pH test papers can measure specific pH values. There are also instruments called pH meters that can measure pH.

If you think to pH, measure this value with pH paper or with a pH-meter.

Two ways that scientists can measure pH is my using pH paper and also a pH meter. Hope this helps.

A pH meter :)Litmus paper orca electronic ph testerUniversal Indicator and a pH chart.a copy of the PH scale and litmus paper. dip the litmus paper in a liquid to measure the PH and check against the scale to see which pH it has according to the colour of the paperI would suggest pH paper.A PH INDICATOR

Using a pH-meter the measurement is more accurate and sure.But at home you can use a pH-paper for transparent liquids.

A pH meter or pH paper. Hope that helps. ~Rezzy-bear

pH of water is 7.0. pH of urine is 6.5-8.0. pH of blood is 7.4. pH of gastric juice is 1. pH of milk is 6.7.

NO, digestive acid is an acid

Body fluid Ph is between 7.35 and 7.45 any other deviation from this range is life threatening

Two ways to measure pH are: 1. Litmus Paper Test. 2. A pH Meter device.

maintains different fluids in the body which have a delicate range of acid.

The kidneys control pH by secreting or reabsorbing H+ ions.

The kidneys filter all of the body's blood and does regulate the pH with the help of the liver.

They help balance the pH levels of fluids in your body, if that is what you mean. Potassium especially, I think.

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