What happens at the synapse between two neurons
At synapse the nerve ending of a nerve cell converts the nerve impulse into some chemical substance that travels through the gap towards the dendride of succeeding neuron.
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Transmission of nerve impulses between two neurons takes plave through the synapse. The axon terminal of a neuron releases specialized chemicals called neurotransmitters. These chemicals travel through the synapse and reach the dendrites of the successive neuron. These chemical messengers cross the synapse and starts a electrical impulse.