Homework I - 4) If the membrane were solely permeable to...

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Imagine a cell with the following intra- and extracellular ion concentrations: Intra (mM) Extra (mM) Na + 200 200 K + 200 20 Ca 2+ 10 100 Cl - 400 300 A - 40 100 1) If the membrane were solely permeable to K + , the membrane potential would be: 2) If the membrane were solely permeable to Na + , the membrane potential would be: 3) If the membrane were solely permeable to Ca 2+ , the membrane potential would be:
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Unformatted text preview: 4) If the membrane were solely permeable to Cl-, the membrane potential would be: 5) If the membrane were permeable to BOTH Na + and K + the membrane potential would be: 6) If the membrane were permeable to BOTH Na + and K + but is 10x more permeable to Na + than K + the membrane potential would be:...
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