What Makes Up Body Fluids

Body fluid is made up of water and dissolved substances, and Water is the single largest fluid constituent of the body. Now some substances dissociate or separate in solution while others don’t. Example of substances that don’t separate are glucose, urea, and creatinine. AN example of substance that separates in a solution from it’s complex from into a simpler form is sodium chloride. Sodium chloride in a solution dissociates into two.

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