# Bioelectricity

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At a temperature of 10∘C, the concentrations of ions are: IonIntracellularExtracellular Na61485 K28010 Cl51485 The transmembrane potential is -30 mV. How many ion species (Na, K, or Cl) are NOT in equilibrium?

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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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Na equil-v: Only sodium may cross a membrane separating two compartments. At a temperature of 28∘C, the concentrations of sodium ions are: intracellular: 100 extracellular: 485 What is the equilibrium potential? Give a numeric answer within 1%, in mV.

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K equil-v: Only potassium may cross a membrane separating two compartments. At a temperature of 30∘C, the concentrations of potassium ions are: intracellular: 280 extracellular: 110 What is the equilibrium potential? Give a numeric answer within 1%, in mV.

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Assume that frog muscle cell membrane is permeable to Na and K only. The membrane permeabilities for Na and K are Pna and Pk respectively. At 16∘C, the resting membrane is -91 mV. What is the ratio of permeabilities Pna/Pk? For frog muscle, intracellular and ...

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Let Pk, Pna and Pcl be permeabilities of squid axon membrane for potassium, sodium and chloride, respectively. During the rest, the ratios of permeabilities are given by Pk:Pna:Pcl = 1.0 : 0.043 : 0.44 During the peak of an action potential these ratios become Pk:Pna:Pcl = 1.0...

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