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5. Pancreas .................................................. 7. Methods for the Determination of Magnesium in Biological Materials . . 1. Precipitation Methods . . . . . 2. Direct Colorimetry .......................................... 3. Complexometric Titration Methods . . . . 4. Emission Spectrometry and Spectrography ...................... 5. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry . . . . . . . 6. Fluorometry . . . . . . . . . . 7. Polarography . .

2 meq/l of cells (5 mg/100 ml) (K6). 25 meq/l) from analysis of fifty-three cases. 28 meq/l). If one assumes that both cells and plasma in this series gave results too high by about the same amount and corrects accordingly, the figures for cells come into line with those of Kunkel (K6). 2. MAGNESIUM The predilection of magnesium for an intracellular location is shown also by the concentrations found in the various soft tissues. 3. In human muscle from the abdominal and chest walls, flame spectrophotometry gave a normal range of 63 to 78 meq Mg per kg of dry fat-free tissue (five cases; mean 71) (M7).

5. Pancreas .................................................. 7. Methods for the Determination of Magnesium in Biological Materials . . 1. Precipitation Methods . . . . . 2. Direct Colorimetry .......................................... 3. Complexometric Titration Methods . . . . 4. Emission Spectrometry and Spectrography ...................... 5. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry . . . . . . . 6. Fluorometry . . . . . . . . . . 7. Polarography .

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