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What happens to the resting membrane potential if extracellular k+ is increased
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What happens to the resting membrane potential when extracellular k+ concentration is increased?

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If the extracellular K+ concentration is increased, the resting membrane will become less negative.



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What happens to the resting membrane potential if extracellular k+ is increased
Feb 13, 2012

Pottasium is leaving the cell, leaving behind negatively charged proteins. Therefore  the resting membrane potential would become more negative



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