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Grade: 12th pass

                        

Fear and excitement generally cause one to breathe rapidly and it results in decrease of CO 2 concentration in the blood. But still pH of blood remains unchanged. Why?

Fear and excitement generally cause one to breathe rapidly and it results in decrease of CO2 concentration in the blood. But still pH of blood remains unchanged. Why? 

3 years ago

Answers : (2)

Shriram
15 Points
							Because concerns o
						
2 years ago
Sahani Kumar
99 Points
							
It is because blood is a buffer solution and
every buffer solution has the property to maintain it's pH level to a certain constant value. 
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