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3. Pituitary . .... 4. Adrenals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. Pancreas .................................................. 7. Methods for the Determination of Magnesium in Biological Materials . . 1. Precipitation Methods . . . . . 2. Direct Colorimetry .......................................... 3. Complexometric Titration Methods . . . . 4. Emission Spectrometry and Spectrography ...................... 5. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry . . . . . .
If greater deviations (more than 2 5°C) from the normal temperature are suspected and very accurate results are required, it is recommended to change the temperature of the whole measuring system or to calculate the temperature coefficient for each blood sample in question by measuring the actual pH at two temperatures, using two sets of thermostated electrodes. The theoretical and practical problems concerning pH measurements in hypothermia are treated elsewhere (A4). 3. p H Standards The use of accurate pH standards is necessary for accurate pH measurement.
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