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  • n. Symbol for the millivolt, an SI unit of electromotive force equal to 10−3 volts.

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  • + ions in the external medium reveals a slope of − 49 mV which is close to the slope predicted by the Nernst relationship (− 58 mV).

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  • By means of a certain voltmeter, a maximum voltage of Ui = 15 mV can only be measured.

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  • Low cold start voltage, typically 330 mV, allows the bq25504 to start up from single-cell solar panels under low light, as well as TEGs with low temperature differences and other low-voltage sources.

  • OmniVision claims a sensitivity of 864 mV/lux·sec for the new sensor, whereas the sensor in the iPhone 4 is rated at greater than 1300 mV/lux·sec.

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  • Mathematically, one calculates that 1.5 x 10 − 12 mol cm − 2 of sodium must enter the squid axon to cause a potential reversal from -50 mV to +45 mV.

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  • The Nernst equation predicts that a 10x change in external potassium concentration will lead to a 25.8 ln 10 − ln x = x 1 25.8 ln 10 − ln x − (ln 1 − ln x) = 25.8 ln 10 = 59 mV increase.

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  • At higher concentration, the increase in resting potential becomes log-linear; a 10x increase in concentration leads to a roughly 50 mV increase in resting potential.

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  • Another Red Herring A glaring mistake in Exhibit F is that the peak of the spike, at +110 mV, is far too high.

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  • The Nernst equilibrium potential for sodium is about +57 mV, and today we know that the spike cannot peak at a higher potential than this value.

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