carbomonoxyhemoglobin

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carbomonoxyhemoglobin (uncountable)

  1. Synonym of carboxyhemoglobin
    • 1970, R. Ascah, S. Russ, The Control of Air Pollution in Montreal
      It would be interesting to study taxi drivers, bus drivers, and delivery men to discover the amount of carbomonoxyhemoglobin (CO-carrying hemoglobin) that is in their blood.
    • 1988, E. D. Schmid, Friedemann W. Schneider, Friedrich Siebert, Spectroscopy of biological molecules: new advances : proceedings of the Second European Conference on the Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules, Freiburg, West Germany, 1987, John Wiley & Sons
      Spectra treatment corresponding to the above solutions revealed some statistically significant results. This allowed the method application to the photodissociated and freeze-dried carbomonoxyhemoglobin.
    • 2008, Bernhard Schrader, Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy: Methods and Applications, John Wiley & Sons (→ISBN), page 358
      Time resolved resonance Raman spectroscopy also made it possible to study carbomonoxyhemoglobin photolysis.
    • 2012, M.M. Taqui Khan, Activation Of Small Inorganic Molecules, Elsevier (→ISBN), page 87
      The formation of carbomonoxyhemoglobin has been shown by Weiss to take place by the same mechanism as does the formation of oxyhemoglobin.