8. The resting potential of a neuron that is submerged in a solution with zero extracellular potassium will because.  A) hyperpolarize; the driving force for potassium to enter the cell increases B) depolarize; the driving force for potassium to exit the cell increases C) hyperpolarize; the driving force for potassium to exit the cell increases D) depolarize; the driving force for potassium to exit the cell decreases E) hyperpolarize; the driving force for potassium to exit the cell decreases

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8. The resting potential of a neuron that is submerged in a solution with zero extracellular potassium will because. 

A) hyperpolarize; the driving force for potassium to enter the cell increases

B) depolarize; the driving force for potassium to exit the cell increases

C) hyperpolarize; the driving force for potassium to exit the cell increases

D) depolarize; the driving force for potassium to exit the cell decreases

E) hyperpolarize; the driving force for potassium to exit the cell decreases

 

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