galactosedestroyer Posted November 16, 2022 Share Posted November 16, 2022 (edited) Hi all! I'm back with another pressing question. Assuming you could store hydrogen ions in a stable state in a backpack and pump them directly into the inter-membrane space of a mitochondria could you theoretically convert ADP to ATP using just the oxidative phosphorylation stage of aerobic respiration. If so, how helpful would it be to have an external oxygen collector which pumps oxygen gas to the mitochondrial matrix to match the amount of hydrogen ions? Could you also have out tubes for carbon dioxide? How well would it work? Could it be realistically possible without my previous assumption. I'm pitching this idea to some investors next Friday so I'd like to know by then, I might even consider giving you a cut if all works out. Thanks, galactosedestroyer Edited November 16, 2022 by galactosedestroyer additional inquiry Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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