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" The method is based on the fact that a light brownish gray suspension is formed after a few minutes when normal blood diluted with water is treated with a solution of tannic and pyrogallic acids; light carmine suspension is formed in blood having carbon... "
Public health reports (1881). v. 38 pt. 2 no. 27-52, 1923 - Side 2311
1924
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Miners' Circular, Utgaver 53-61

United States. Bureau of Mines - 1945
...monoxide in the blood. The basis of this method is that a light brownish-gray suspension is formed in a few minutes when normal blood, diluted with water, is treated with a solution of pyrogallic and tannic acids, whereas light carmine suspensions are formed in blood having carbon monoxide...
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United States naval medical bulletin. v. 19, 1923, Volum 19

1923
...method is based on the fact that a light brownish gray suspension is formed after a few minutes vrhen normal blood diluted with water is treated with a solution of tannic and pyrogallic acids. Light carmine suspension is formed in blood having CO in combination with all of the hemoglobin (Hb),...
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Bulletin, Utgave 197

1926
...determination of CO in air which is based on the fact that a light brownish gray suspension is formed in a few minutes when normal blood, diluted with water,...a solution of tannic and pyrogallic acids, whereas light carmine suspensions are formed in blood having CO in combination with the hsemogoblin. When compared...
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Bulletin, Utgave 277

1928
...laboratory studies. This method is based on the fact that a light-gray suspension forms a few minutes after normal blood diluted with water is treated with a solution of tannic and pyrogallic acids, whereas a light-carmine suspension is formed from blood having carbon monoxide in combination with the haemoglobin....
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Bulletin, Utgave 347

1931
...dangerous to man. The pyrotannic acid method 26 of carbon monoxide detection depends upon the fact that when normal blood diluted with water is treated with a solution of pyrogallic and tannic acid, a light browuish-gray suspension is formed in a few minutes, whereas when...
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