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aerili


Mar 5, 2012, 7:47 PM

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Re: [nextjoedeleny] The effects of smoking on climbing ability.
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nextjoedeleny wrote:
this is similar to how hydrochloric acid dissociates into H+ and Cl-, but a solution of it is still termed hydrochloric acid. anyways, i think we've all had decent points, but i think this just became more of a science class.
Right but I think the difference is that the body does a lot of STUFF asap to buffer and remove those hydrogen ions and the lactate is left behind to be used in other ways. It doesn't just hang around together and do the typical dissociation back and forth like an aqueous solution.

Not to mention the lactate is often used immediately via a shuttle as fuel to continue exercise.


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