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Given that the electric potential is 7.0×10^−2 V higher outside the cell than inside the cell, and that the cell membrane is 0.10 thick, calculate the work that must be done (in joules) to move one sodium ion from inside the cell to outside.

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  1. work= difference in potential * charge

    There are more complicated ways to do this .

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