Why Are the Alveolar Walls so Thin?


Alveolar walls are so thin because it helps improve the rate of diffusion. It brings gasses from the bloodstream to the lungs at a quicker pace. Each alveolar is wrapped up in capillaries.
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So that air and gasses can pass easily. So that air and gasses can pass easily for gas exchange in the alveolus.
So that gas exchange by simple diffusion can take place.
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