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“…Further titration to neutrality followed a different curve and this was considered to be due to 'combined' acid, and estimated with phenolphthalein (colour change pH 8.0-10.0). The titration curve of uncontaminated gastric juice does not, in fact, differ from that of hydrochloric acid and these terms should be abandoned in favour of total titratable acidity (Bock, 1962).…”
Section: Criteria Of Tests Of Acid Secretion Collectionsmentioning
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“…Further titration to neutrality followed a different curve and this was considered to be due to 'combined' acid, and estimated with phenolphthalein (colour change pH 8.0-10.0). The titration curve of uncontaminated gastric juice does not, in fact, differ from that of hydrochloric acid and these terms should be abandoned in favour of total titratable acidity (Bock, 1962).…”
Section: Criteria Of Tests Of Acid Secretion Collectionsmentioning