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||Stein, Wilfred D., Channels, carriers and pumps An introduction to Membrane Transport, 1990 Academic press inc. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers p.37 table 2.2
||R. A. Sjodir in Blaustein and and Lieberman (1984) "Electronic Transport Fundamental Principles and Physiological implications." Raven Press, New York p.121
||"Table 2.2 lists ion concentrations and transmembrane potentials for a variety of cell types." "In many animal cells, the chloride and potassium ions have such oppositely poised concentration ratios [with potassium high and chloride low, intracellularly (see Table 2.2)], both ions often being not far from equilibrium with the electrical potential across the membrane. If the concentration gradient for S is not that given by Eq. (2.5), the system has the capacity to perform work, which it will do if the means of doing so are provided."