Gas Laws and Their Application
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El Duggo here.
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Page 168 in West
Also, Dr. Z gave us a couple of handouts. Both of them are labelled "Chapter 2." One of them is chapter 2 from West, but I don't know where the other one comes from. If you don't have the handout, please check in the BME office in OHE 500. I hesitate to put the handout on the web since it looks like it's been copied out of a textbook, and, well, you know how picky those textbook people are about their copyright laws.
The nitty gritty:
Here's the 411 on today's lecture. For the specifics, check out the hypertext.
When we breathe, air goes in and out of our lungs. We wanna be able to take a certain volume of household air, suck it into our lungs, and calculate how much oxygen gets into our blood as a result. Let's break this down:
That was pretty much what he covered in lecture today. Remember that you're also responsible for the stuff in the handouts.
Study hard. Don't watch too much football this weekend. Hasta!
Hey, if y'all find any useful links on the net, or if you have any questions about the class, of if you just want to tell me what a cool guy I am, then please e-mail me!
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