## Tables, Factors, and Formulas for Computing Respiratory Exchange and Biological Transformations of Energy: Prepared by Thorne M. Carpenter |

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### Contents

Introduction | 5 |

Du Bois formula and chart for ascertaining bodysurface of men | 108 |

Formulas for predicting basal metabolism of males and females Dreyer | 122 |

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2.—Pressure of aqueous 24 hours 760 millimeters pressure 8.—Factors for reduction 9.—Logarithms for reduction aqueous vapor barometric pressure corrected Basal 24-hour heat-production Benedict and Talbot body-weight in grams calories calorific values cals carbon dioxide Carnegie Inst Carnegie Institution cent computation creatinine dry and 760 Dry therm Dry Wet thermometer dry-bulb Formula for predicting heat-production of children heat-production per 24 Height cm incoming air corresponding Institution of Washington Journ kilograms Height Inches Logarithms for reduction meter of body-surface normal basal heat-production outgoing air oxygen in incoming predicting basal heat-production pressure in millimeters pressure of aqueous pressure—Continued reduction of saturated reduction of volumes respiratory exchange respiratory quotient saturated volumes scale correction side argument Smithsonian Physical Tables square meter Standard multiple-prediction tables Table 10.—Factors Table 2.—Pressure Table 25—Continued TABLE 38 Table 9.—Logarithms table gives table is calculated tables for normal Talbot standards Temp temperature Volumes of oxygen weight in kilograms