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Fig. 11.16 Binding of O2 and CO to hemoglobin. Top: fraction of Hb sites bound to ligands; Bottom: fraction of initial ligand remaining in solution (X and Y)

These results do not represent a realistic analysis of the competitive binding of CO and O2 on hemoglobin. The calculation is intended as a vehicle for illustrating the complex effects of the thermochemical parameters and the initial concentrations of the three species on the equilibrium bound states.

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