By Martin Blank (auth.), Ralph E. White, B. E. Conway, J. O’M. Bockris (eds.)
Integrating either theoretical and utilized elements of electrochemistry, this acclaimed monograph sequence offers a overview of the newest advances within the box. the present quantity contains chapters at the mechanism of nerve excitation from an electrochemical perspective, the digital consider the kinetics of charge-transfer response, and 5 different subjects.
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Modem biology recognizes that the state of an organ or tissue is determined by the regulated activities of molecules, which constitute the intricate structures of the organ and tissue. Therefore, the link between the electrical activities and biochemical events lies in the bioelec- Thermodynamics of Membrane Energy Transduction 41 trochemical property of these molecules of life. This chapter will examine some of these properties. Membrane enzymes have the ability to convert electrical energy into other forms of energy.
It may rotate or wobble along the axis normal to the membrane plane or diffuse laterally, but it is not allowed to tumble randomly. In other words, it is a vectorial reactant. An electric field is also a vector quantity. Interaction between two vectors would give rise to many properties uncommon to the chemical reaction of the homogeneous phase. 5 One of the most distinctive differences between a homogeneous chemical reaction and an "anisotropic" 43 TbermodyDamlcs of Membraoe EDerxy TraDSductloD chemical reaction is that the former is unsuitable for energy and signal transduction but the latter is.
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