Hamburger's law

Ham·bur·ger's law

(hăm′bûr′gərz)
n.
The principle that, under acidic conditions, albumins and phosphates in the blood pass from red blood cells to serum and chlorides pass from serum to red blood cells while, under basic conditions, the reverse occurs.
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The most thorough, and most historically based, statement of this case is Philip Hamburger's Law and Judicial Duty.
Phillip Hamburger's Law and Judicial Duty advances and defends these claims with subtlety and detailed evidence.