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Someone please help me... I thought inorganic ions are are produced by non-living natural processes or by human intervention in the laboratory so how can inorganic ions be found in the cytoplasm of cells and in body fluids? Someone help me please this is so confusing?
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Someone please help me... I thought inorganic ions are are produced by non-living natural processes or by human intervention in the laboratory so how can inorganic ions be found in the cytoplasm of cells and in body fluids? Someone help me please this is so confusing?
Some can be obtained through diet and others are made in natural metabolic reactions within the body, for example H+ is an inorganic cation which can be produced in the disassociation of carbonic acid (which is formed in the process of transporting carbon dioxide around the body).
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sorry what? your question makes little sense. inorganic ions are produced by plants, animals and humans. in humans they are known as electrolytes
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