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With 1mM ATP added to the cell interior (left beaker) and the extracellular space (right beaker) was all of the Na+ moved into the extracellular space?
The thermal movement of a solute molecule within a solvent is over damped by the solvent molecules that surround it. The solute movement is wholly determined by fluctuations of thermal collisions with nearby solvent molecules.
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User: With 1mM ATP added to the cell interior (left beaker) and the extracellular space (right beaker) was all of the Na+ moved into the extracellular space?

Weegy: The thermal movement of a solute molecule within a solvent is over damped by the solvent molecules that surround it. The solute movement is wholly determined by fluctuations of thermal collisions with nearby solvent molecules.
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