I got the question: A current of 0.300A through your chest can send your heart into fibrillation, ruining the normal rhythm of heartbeat and disrupting the flow of blood (and thus oxygen) to your brain. If that current persists for 2.00 min, how many conduction electrons pass through your chest? …So can I say that .300Coloumbs/sec= e x H2O X molecules per second? does molecules per second answer the question?
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