Question:

How do nerve fibers become polarized?

Answer:

A nerve fiber becomes polarized when there is an unequal distribution of positive and negative ions between sides of the membrane. The positives and negatives are most like sodium and potassium. AnswerParty on!


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nerve fiber
Biology
Chemistry
Matter
Alkali metals
Chemical elements
Dietary minerals
Reducing agents
Neurophysiology
Potassium
Sodium
Action potential
Axon
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