Nerve impulses begin with a change in the charge of voltages found in axon walls, which are stimulated by ions moving in and out of the neuron walls. Nerve impulses are formed from a change in voltage, which then creates... More »

Nerve impulses travel directly across connected synapses via electricity, while the impulses use special chemicals to cross non-touching synapses, according to the Science Museum of the South Kensington Museum in London.... More »

To understand how a nerve impulse travels along the neuron, the complete pathway of the neuron must be understood. The impulse is essentially a message that is sent to the brain. More »

Neurons transmit electrical impulses by allowing the passage of charged ions across their membranes in response to stimuli, changing the charge of the neuron in a process that propagates through the axon of the neuron. N... More »

The protein and biuret color-change reaction is a reaction in which the charge of copper ions in the biuret reagent change from a +2 to a +1 in the presence of the peptide bonds that hold amino acids together. This alter... More »

After wiring all of the solar panels together to combine the amps and voltages, connect the panels to a charge controller, deep-cycle batteries and an AC inverter, then run the AC inverter to the main electric box. Most ... More »

Lithium-ion (LiOn) batteries can handle hundreds of charge/discharge cycles, don't suffer from the memory effect, hold a charge better, work at higher voltages, are more compact and are lighter than nickel-cadmium (NiCad... More »