Range: ±0.04 cm/sec
||Gutknecht J, Bisson MA, Tosteson FC. Diffusion of carbon dioxide through lipid bilayer membranes: effects of carbonic anhydrase, bicarbonate, and unstirred layers. J Gen Physiol. 1977 Jun69(6):779-94. p.787 2nd paragraphPubMed ID408462
||Researchers measured the diffusion of CO2 across lipid bilayers
composed of egg lecithin, cholesterol, and decane.
||In the presence of carbonic anhydrase (CA). Since researchers' membranes contained a high mole
fraction of cholesterol, which decreases lipid fluidity, they expect some biological
membranes to have CO2 permeabilities higher than 0.35 cms^-1.