Equilibrio de Gibbs-DonnanFisiología general y biofísicaLic. NutriciónKarla Keesoon Irais Carrera ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➅ ➆. ➇. Español: Equilibrio de Gibbs – Donnan. Date. Source, Own work. Author, Biezl. Other versions. Image: Equilibrio de Gibbs Donnan. El líquido corporal se divide en intracelular y extracelular. El líquido intracelular se subdivide en dos compartimientos: intravascular.

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Negatively charged molecules within cells create a fixed charge density, which increases intracranial pressure through the Donnan effect. Donnan effect on chloride ion distribution as a determinant of body fluid composition that allows action potentials to spread via fast sodium channels.

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. The negative charge in the cell and ions outside the cell creates a thermodynamic potential; if damage occurs to the brain and cells lose their membrane integrity, ions will rush into the cell to balance chemical and electrical gradients that were previously established. Brain tissue swelling, known as cerebral oedema, results from brain injury and other traumatic head injuries that can increase intracranial pressure ICP.

Because small cations are attracted, but are not bound to the proteins, small anions will cross capillary walls away from the anionic proteins more readily than small cations. When tissue cells are in a protein-containing fluid, the Donnan effect of the cytoplasmic proteins is equal and opposite to the Donnan effect of the extracellular proteins.

Ein Beitrag zur physikalisch-chemischen Physiologie” [The theory of membrane equilibrium and membrane potential in the presence of a non-dialyzable electrolyte.


The Gibbs—Donnan effect also known as the Donnan’s effectDonnan lawDonnan equilibriumor Gibbs—Donnan equilibrium is a name for the behaviour of charged particles near a semi-permeable membrane that sometimes fail to distribute evenly across the two sides of the membrane.

Term Bank – equilibrio de gibbs-donnan – Spanish English Dictionary

To neutralize the negative charges within donnwn cell, cations flow in, which increases the osmotic pressure inside relative to the outside of the cell. The opposing Donnan effects cause chloride ions to migrate inside the cell, increasing the intracellular chloride concentration. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Some ionic species can pass through the barrier while others cannot.

A contribution to physical-chemical physiology]. Fixed negative charge and the Donnan effect: The solutions may be gels or colloids as well as solutions of electrolytesand as such the phase boundary between gels, or a gel and a liquid, can also act as a selective barrier.


Views Read Edit View history. Note that Sides 1 and 2 are no longer in osmotic equilibrium i. Because there is a difference in concentration of ions on either side of the membrane, the pH may also differ when protons are involved.

This page was last edited on eqiilibrio Octoberat The presence of a charged impermeant ion for example, a protein on one side of a membrane will result in an asymmetric distribution of permeant charged ions. Archived from the original on When the charged groups are positive acidicthen they will repel protons so that the pH will be higher than the surrounding buffer.


The Donnan equilibrium is prominent in the triphasic model for articular cartilage proposed by Mow and Lai, as well as in electrochemical fuel cells and dialysis. I n vivoion balance does not equilibriate at the equiilbrio that would be predicted by the Gibbs-Donnan model, because the cell cannot tolerate the attendant large influx of water. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. ATP pumps maintain a negative membrane potential even though negative charges equiilibrio across the membrane; this action establishes a chemical and electrical gradient.

The Donnan effect may explain why some red blood cells do not have active sodium pumps; the effect relieves the osmotic pressure of plasma proteins, which is why sodium pumping is less important for maintaining the cell volume. The electric potential arising between two such solutions is called the Donnan potential. The increased osmotic pressure forces water to eqiulibrio into the cell and tissue swelling occurs. The membrane voltage will become zero, but the chemical gradient will still exist.

In many instances, from ultrafiltration of proteins to ion exchange chromatography, the eequilibrio of the buffer adjacent to the charged groups of the membrane is different from the pH of the rest of the buffer solution. Retrieved from ” https: Physical chemistry Colloidal chemistry.