(Sorry if this appears twice, I made a formatting error when I sent it
the first time and I don't think it was successfully sent.)
A question has arisen in a MUAP simulation I'm running. If I define the
'scope' of an electrode to be the maximum number of motor units whose
activity can be detected by it during heavy exertion, what might a rough
estimate be for that maximum number for the biceps? I've read that the
biceps normally has 750-800 motor units, and I'm wondering what the scope
of a 5mm surface disk electrode might be.