Typical pH ranges for human biological fluids:
|Bile||6.8 - 7.0|
|Blood||7.35 - 7.45|
|Duodenal contents||4.8 - 8.2|
|Feces||4.6 - 8.4|
|Gastric contents||1.0 - 3.0|
|Milk||6.6 - 7.6|
|Salvia||6.5 - 7.5|
|Spinal fluid||7.3 - 7.5|
|Urine||4.8 - 8.4|
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
pH range vs. color change for acid and base indicators - together with pKa and structures of the indicators.
Age and typical physical growth of boys and girls - age 2 to 18 years.
Convert between blood sugar units.
Typical ideal body weight versus height.
CO2 acceptance and comfort level.
Carbon Dioxide emission from persons vs. activity.
Human metabolism at low and high activity with different levels of clothing.
pH in common food products - like apples, butter, wines and more.
Maximum force or power available in human operated machines.
Specific heat of the human body - compared to substances like protein and wood.
Composition of the human body.
Physiological effects from low-frequency noise or vibrations.
Human work effort levels vs. energy expenditure and associated heart rates.
Heat gain from persons in air conditioned spaces - in btu/hr.
Fresh air is required for respiration and for transport of heat and vapor emitted from the human body.
Metabiolic Rate - Met - is used as a measuring unit for human body heat or power production.
Human metabolic heat gain in air conditioned rooms.
Introduction to pH - the acidic and basic (alkaline) definition.
PMV index predicts mean comfort response of a larger group of people.
Recommended relative humidity level.
Time to exhaustion and death for humans in cold water.