Nerve Conduction Speed

Unit 4: Electrostatics and Circuits
Lesson 16 of 16

Objective: Students determine the speed of their nerve impulse, an electrical signal conducted from the stimulus to the brain.

Big Idea: A nerve stimulus is an electrical signal transmitted through sensory neurons at a speed of about 20 m/s.

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