Biophysical Aspects of Cardiac Muscle by Martin Morad
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Then we can add to those two charges a third charge, which is what we would expect if it were related to the potassium system. In this case, the total amount of charge for the lowest one is something like 35 nanocoulombs, which is not unlike the magnitude of Charge 2 that was determined by Chandler and ourselves. The second amount of charge is about 13 nanocoulombs, and the third amount of charge is also about 33 nanocoulombs. The difficulty is that here we have 3 5 + 1 3 + 3 3 , which is nearly 80 nanocoulombs of charge.
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