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Cl equil-v:
Only chloride may cross a membrane separating two compartments.
At a temperature of 26∘C, the concentrations of chloride ions are:
intracellular: 70
extracellular: 485

What is the equilibrium potential?

Give a numeric answer within 1%, in mV.

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