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The colloid osmotic pressure π is given by the equation π = CRT where C is the concentration in moles/L. Note the similarity between this ?

The colloid osmotic pressure π is given by the equation π = CRT where C is the concentration in moles/L. Note the similarity between this equation and the ideal gas law. If the concentration of protein in the blood is 1.3 mmole/L, calculate the colloid osmotic pressure in mm Hg.

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    π = CRT

    Temperature is not given. You could use standard temp (298K) or body temperature (37C or 310 K). Using body temperature:π = 1.3X10^-3 mol/L (0.08206 Latm/molK) (310 K)

    π = 0.033 atm X 760 mm Hg/atm = 26 mm Hg

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