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 Using the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation for part a, b, and c 

Given: If the CO2 concentration decreases from 40 mmHg to 30 mmHg

a. how much will the pH change?

Given: If an unknown amount of CO2 is dissolved eventually leading to a pH of 8.4

b. What is final concentration of CO2?

c. How would the body respond in each case? 

(Answer a, b, and c)

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