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Law of excitation

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Law of excitation

a motor nerve responds, not to the absolute value, but to the alteration of value from moment to moment, of the electric current; i.e., rate of change of intensity of the current is a factor in determining its effectiveness.

Synonym: Du Bois-Reymond's law.