Egg albumin, like gelatin, influences the conductivity of a 0.6 per cent NaCl solution in two ways: (a) At an hydrogen ion concentration of about pH 3.0, increasing concentrations increase the conductivity. (b) Near the isoelectric point of albumin and at the pH of the blood, increasing concentrations of albumin decrease the conductivity of the NaCl solution.

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