(redirected from partial pressure)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to partial pressure: Partial Pressure of Oxygen in Arterial Blood, Dalton's law of partial pressure
References in periodicals archive ?
It has been shown by direct measurement that the partial pressure of expired carbon dioxide equals the partial pressure of arterial carbon dioxide (PEC[O.
Figure 8 clearly shows that the Tp of dawsonite and nahcolite has moved from 359[degrees]C to 381[degrees]C and from 158[degrees]C to 161[degrees]C, respectively, by increasing the partial pressure of C[O.
c) for a deflector with constant dimensions, increase in flow discharge lead to increase in negative partial pressure of flow.
Additionally, optically thin lines were measured for subsequent partial pressure calculation.
This high temperature high humidity level can create a greater than 2 psi (13,800 pascal) water vapor partial pressure difference with the circulating room air, which usually has a dew point of 50[degrees]F (10[degrees]C) or lower.
In the lungs, the partial pressure of oxygen is high, and oxygen binds to hemoglobin, whereas in the tissues the partial pressure is lower, and the oxygen is released as required.
3] as a function of some physical parameters; concentration and partial pressure of C[O.
In aviation, hypoxia typically occurs as a result of a fall in partial pressure of oxygen in the inhaled air with increasing altitudes.
M] (M = Mn, Si, Al, Cr) = 1 to calculate the equilibrium oxygen partial pressure of each oxidation reaction.
4 [degrees]F (38 [degrees] C), heart rate greater than 90 beats per minute, breathing rate greater than 20 breaths per minute or arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide less than 4.
The cabin is pressurized, alveolar partial pressure falls with increasing altitude, and the partial pressure of oxygen is inversely proportional to altitude.

Full browser ?