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The method was first used by Walser and Stein (161) to determine the density of living cats. How­ ever, Siri (162, 163) has generally been credited with placing the method on a sound basis. The animal or man is enclosed in a chamber of an accurately known volume, and an exactly measured volume of helium 1. BODY COMPOSITION 23 gas is injected into the chamber. After adequate time for mixing of the gases in the chamber has elapsed, a sample is removed and analyzed. The degree to which the gas is diluted makes it possible to calculate the volume occupied by the animal or man.

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