. The chemical formula of oxyhaemoglobin is
The Correct Option is B
Explanation: The correct chemical formula of oxyhaemoglobin is Hb (O2 )4 which is diamagnetic yet the lowest-energy electron configuration.
Oxyhemoglobin is hemoglobin that binds to oxygen, and oxygen is carried in this form to the tissues of the lungs. Oxygen binding to hemoglobin is reversed, and oxygen is broken down and released.
Each hemoglobin binds to four oxygen molecules. Oxygen binding to hemoglobin is coherent and reversible. Oxygen binding depends primarily on pO2, pCO2, H+ concentration, and temperature. Adult hemoglobin consists of 4 subunits, two each and types.