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Why reduced haemoglobin is less acidic than oxyhaemoglobin?

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  1. Farrah
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    oxyhemoglobin acts as a strong acid ( h2c03) and unites with more base, reduced hemoglobin is a weaker acid than carbonic acid and can uinte with less base.

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