Haldane effect

Haldane effect
high concentration of oxygen, such as occurs in the alveolar capillaries of the lungs, promotes the dissociation of carbon dioxide and hydrogen ions from hemoglobin, so that the oxygen dissociation curve shifts to the left. Cf. Bohr e.

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