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Chapter 25, Problem 25.7E
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What is the principal type of organic compound found in intracellular fluid?

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Interpretation:

The principal type of organic compound found in the intracellular fluid is to be stated.

Concept introduction:

A human body contains plenty of fluids. These fluids help in the movement of substances within the cells and outside the cells. These are categorized as intracellular fluids and extracellular fluids.

Explanation of Solution

The fluid which is present inside the cells is known as intracellular fluid. The volume of intracellular fluid is approximately 28 L. Various reactions which are important for the life take place in intracellular fluid

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