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On 27 August 1999 19:05, : Andy M Johnson
Subject: Re: Mixed drinks
 
 
> >The above situation happens in the dive. the diver is the glass, the
water
> >is its body and the surface is his lungs. The lungs is the only place
that
> a
> >gas, with a combined partial pressure, come in directly contact with the
> >diver and therefore it is the only place that a significant gas exchange
> >happens.
 
> I just might get this in before C.A.R.L. spots it :-)
> What about dry suits? Particularly when using different (non-air) gasses
to
> inflate them?
 
Ar! Gon are the days when you could rely on a double helping of baked beans
in order to save breathing gas!  :-)
 
Strike