Osmosis


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1. What happens to water in osmosis?

  • The net movement is from a more dilute solution (with more water molecules) to a more concentrated solution (with less water molecules)
  • The net movement is from a less dilute solution (with less water molecules) to a less concentrated solution (with more water molecules)
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2. Eventually, which cell would burst because it does not have a strong cell wall?

  • Animal cell
  • Plant cell

3. What is osmosis?

  • The diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane
  • The diffusion of substances from an are of high concentration to an area of low concentration

4. What acts like a selectively permeable membrane and is often used to model osmosis in experiment?

  • Pipettes
  • Visking tubing
  • Tubes
  • Filter paper

5. What is the net movement of the water?

  • From the more dilute solution to the more concentrated solution where there is less water molecules
  • From the more concentrated solution to the more dilute solution where there is more water molecules

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