USEFUL_equations

9 rmri12 where rm is the membrane resistance for the

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Unformatted text preview: ) constant Eq. 9 λ = (rm/ri)1/2 Where rm is the membrane resistance for the length of neuron we are looking at (e.g., Ω-cm), and ri is the internal resistance for the length of neuron we are looking at (e.g., Ω/cm) The space constant equation Eq. 10 ΔV(x) = ΔVss e-(x/λ) The unified equation Eq. 11 ΔV = ΔVss [1-e-(t/ τ)]*[e-(x/λ)] These can be found on extra practice on homework (“Study Questions”) The time it takes a cell to go through a given voltage change given the cell is stimula...
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