Elementary Medical Biophysics by G. G. Járos and B. J. Meyer (Auth.)

By G. G. Járos and B. J. Meyer (Auth.)

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FIG. 5 The relative diameter of some ion complexes and pores. The pores are lined with Ga+ +. The effective diameter of the pores is 70 nm. Ions with an effective diameter of less than 70 nm pass through freely; those with a larger diameter do not pass through at all; those having the same diameter as the pores pass through with difficulty. Fig. 6 illustrates the way in which the resting membrane potential arises. In the figure only a portion of the membrane is shown with a single pore. The concentration of K + and A"" is high inside the cell and low on the outside.

T h e reaction at the copper electrode proceeds at a slower rate than at the zinc electrode, and consequently the electron charges on each electrode differ. The zinc electrode acquires more electrons than the copper electrode and will therefore be negative with respect to the copper electrode. This in turn is therefore positive with respect to the zinc electrode. It is important to note that absolutely positive or negative electrodes are unnecessary. It is necessary, however, that their charges differ.

The question now arises as to how fast the electrons flow through such a wire? When the switch of a lamp is put on, the electric lamp glows almost immediately, yet the flow of electrons is very slow. A conductor of electricity contains millions of free electrons. It is actually packed with electrons to such an extent that there is no place for new electrons to enter. When an electron is forced in at one point, another must fall out at some other point, while all the other electrons move along slowly.

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