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Electrolytes are present inside the body in various compartments and their concentrations are kept under strict control owing to their major role in electric potential. Movements and exchange of the ions causes alteration in the polarity of the cell and its membrane. This dynamism in polarity ultimately compels the electrical potential to reach the threshold to elicit and sustain action potentials. In a normal milieu, this process is done several times whenever signals are received from higher centers to generate an action potential. In this Continue reading...