http://www.interactive-biology.com - In this Video, I talk about Donnan Equilibrium and how it results in the Driving force.
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That's really helps ! Thank you so much !! ?
@mazas1991 I will be working on more episodes pretty soon, but will be stepping back and starting with basic stuff. To answer your question, the Nernst equation is the formula used to calculate the Equilibrium potential for an individual ion (e.g. sodium). Donnan Equilibrium is similar to the Equilibrium potential. Goldman's equation takes all of the ions into consideration and allows you to calculate the membrane potential of the neuron. Hope that helps! Leslie
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Earlier we learned that as
Earlier we learned that as far as mixtures go, we can have homogeneous solutions, or totally heterogeneous mixtures, where components don't mix. But there are actually intermediary mixtures, where substances mix to some limited degree. Let's learn about colloids as well as suspensions!
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Thanks for this helpful video. Needed this extra explanation for my Chemistry 2 course!!
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very informative thanks man