Concentration of sodium ion (Na+) and calcium ion (Ca2+)

Range sodium ~5: calcium ~0.1 mM
Organism Bacteria Escherichia coli
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Comments P.6663 left column 3rd paragraph: "Estimates for other common inorganic ions include Na+ at ∼5 mM (primary source 34), Ca2+ at ∼0.1 mM (primary source 35), and CyberCell reports concentrations of Cl– and total phosphate (H2PO4–/HPO42–/PO43–) at 6 and 5 mM (ref 30), respectively."
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