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Which Chamber of the Heart Has the Thickest Walls?

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The left ventricle has the largest walls. This is because the left side of the heart pumps hardest to the rest of the body. The right ventricle pumps to the lungs to be oxygenated.
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none. bank vaults & nuclear reactors have the thickest walls.
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The left ventricle has the thickest wall because it must work the hardest
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Think of the flow of the path of the blood in and out of the heart, and the part where it will be thickest is where the pressure is highest (blood gets pumped out) [Anyway, the answer
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Left ventricle -- it works the hardest & needs the most muscle mass.
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