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Titratable acid



Titratable acid is a term to describe acids such as phosphoric acid, sulfuric acid which are involved in renal physiology.

Additional recommended knowledge

It is used to explicitly exclude ammonium (NH4+) as a source of acid, and is part of the calculation for net acid excretion.

It gets its name from the use of NaOH in acid-base titration to estimate the quantity of titratable acid.[1]

References

  1. ^ Physiology at MCG 7/7ch12/7ch12p27 - "Regeneration of Bicarbonate, the Role of Titratable Acid: Definition of Titratable Acid"
 
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