Acid Base Stewart Dilutional Acidosis Contraction Alkalosis

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Common Questions Regarding Stewart Approach to Acid Base Chemistry

I receive a lot of emails from confused doctors regarding the modern (Stewart) approach to acid base chemistry. A common question relates to the relative quantity of hydrogen/hydronium and hydroxyl ions. For example, if chloride is dissolved in water there is a net increase in hydrogen and a net decrease in hydroxyl. Where does the … Continue reading