equilibrium potential

equilibrium potential

[‚ē·kwə′lib·rē·əm pə′ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
A point in which forward and reverse reaction rates are equal in an electrolytic solution, thereby establishing the potential of an electrode.
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Which provides the relationship between the ideal standard potential (E0) for the reaction of the cell and the ideal equilibrium potential (E) and came given by:
Depending on lithium ion concentration at the surface of a given solid particle, there is an equilibrium potential [U.
The corresponding relationship in the DFN model is between solid-phase ion concentrations and equilibrium potential, [U.
90 subject when the market is at equilibrium) Subject equilibrium potential gross income $120,833 Divide by rentable sq.
Walsh [16] suggested that the details of the cell's equilibrium potential could be used to describe the thermodynamics of the electrochemical system.
3 % at the beginning of the reaction but the error reduces over time and on reaching equilibrium potential, it correctly predicts the [E.
To determine the equilibrium potential for GABA (EGABA) a second-order polynomial curve was fitted to I-V relationships (pClamp 10).
Polarization refers to the additional potential required above the equilibrium potential to drive the deposition of the metal to be plated.
The reversal potential of the currents elicited by the active extracts was -17 [+ or -] 2 mV and was similar to the chloride equilibrium potential in oocytes.
Slow voltage ramps (-130 to 20 mV) revealed that the outward current induced by NE reversed at the predicted equilibrium potential for potassium ([K.
001% after the establishment of an equilibrium potential (Plonsey & Barr, 1991).

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