Chemical Wave Transmission in Nerve

  • ID: 2128494
  • Book
  • 88 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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The author, a physiologist, in giving the Liversidge lecture for 'the encouragement of research in chemistry', chose for his subject one in which the help of chemists as well as engineers and physicists is an essential condition of advance. It is his earnest hope that as a result of this book a chemist may come to the aid of physiologists in one of the most difficult and attractive scientific problems; the nature of the change that is transmitted in nerve.
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Preface;
1. Chemical Wave Transmission in Nerve;
2. Appendix
1. The excitation of nerve;
3. Appendix
2. The measurement of the heat production of nerve;
4. Appendix
3. The energy of a nerve stimulus; References; Index.
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A. V. Hill
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