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Meeting Abstracts  |   January 1958
THE COLLISION BROADENING EFFECT OF NITROUS OXIDE UPON INFRARED ANALYSIS OF CARBON DIOXIDE DURING ANESTHESIA
Author Notes
  • * Model 16 Gas Analyzer, Liston-Becker Division, Beckman Instruments Company, Springdale, Connecticut.
  • Dr. Max Liston of Beckman Instruments Company suggested and fabricated the detector cells charged with carbon dioxide tension of 10 mm. of mercury.
  • Ohio Chemical & Surgical Equipment Co., New York, New York.
  • §Essentially similar results were obtained by Dr. Max Liston who carried out a similar set of determinations based upon reproducible mixtures of carbon dioxide in diluent gases produced by pressure measurements rather than volume measurements.
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Meeting Abstracts   |   January 1958
THE COLLISION BROADENING EFFECT OF NITROUS OXIDE UPON INFRARED ANALYSIS OF CARBON DIOXIDE DURING ANESTHESIA
Anesthesiology 1 1958, Vol.19, 19-26. doi:
Anesthesiology 1 1958, Vol.19, 19-26. doi:
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