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Osmosis Problems
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Example #1: A cell with a 1.5% sodium ion concentration is placed into a beaker of water with a 3.4% sodium ion concentration. What type of environment is this?
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Example #1: A cell with a 1.5% sodium ion concentration is placed into a beaker of water with a 3.4% sodium ion concentration. Where will water move?
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Example #1: A cell with a 1.5% sodium ion concentration is placed into a beaker of water with a 3.4% sodium ion concentration. What will happen to this cell?
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Example #1: A cell with a 1.5% sodium ion concentration is placed into a beaker of water with a 3.4% sodium ion concentration. What do you call what happens with the cell?
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Example #2: A cell with a 3.4 % glucose concentration is placed into a beaker of water with a 2.3% glucose concentration. What type of environment is this?
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Example #2: A cell with a 3.4 % glucose concentration is placed into a beaker of water with a 2.3% glucose concentration. Where will water move?
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Example #2: A cell with a 3.4 % glucose concentration is placed into a beaker of water with a 2.3% glucose concentration. What will happen to the cell?
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Example #2: A cell with a 3.4 % glucose concentration is placed into a beaker of water with a 2.3% glucose concentration. What do you call what happens to the cell?
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Example #3: 3) A cell with a concentration of 0.3 g/mL of glucose is placed in an environment with a concentration of 0.9 g/mL of glucose. What do you call this type of environment?
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Example #3: A cell with a concentration of 0.3 g/mL of glucose is placed in an environment with a concentration of 0.9 g/mL of glucose. Where will the water move?
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Example #3: A cell with a concentration of 0.3 g/mL of glucose is placed in an environment with a concentration of 0.9 g/mL of glucose. What happens to the cell?
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Example #3: A cell with a concentration of 0.3 g/mL of glucose is placed in an environment with a concentration of 0.9 g/mL of glucose. What do we call this change to the cell?
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Example #4: A cell with a concentration of 9 g of potassium ions / 1000 mL water is placed in an environment with a concentration of 3 g of potassium ions / 1000 mL of water. What type of environment is this?
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Example #4: 4) A cell with a concentration of 9 g of potassium ions / 1000 mL water is placed in an environment with a concentration of 3 g of potassium ions / 1000 mL of water. Where will water move?
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Example #4: A cell with a concentration of 9 g of potassium ions / 1000 mL water is placed in an environment with a concentration of 3 g of potassium ions / 1000 mL of water. What happens to the cell?
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Example #4: A cell with a concentration of 9 g of potassium ions / 1000 mL water is placed in an environment with a concentration of 3 g of potassium ions / 1000 mL of water. What do you call what happens to the cell?
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Example #5: A cell with a concentration of 0.4 g of sodium ions/ 10 mL of water is placed in an environment with a concentration of 4 g of sodium ions/ 100 mL of water. What type of environment is this?
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Example #5: A cell with a concentration of 0.4 g of sodium ions/ 10 mL of water is placed in an environment with a concentration of 4 g of sodium ions/ 100 mL of water. Where does the water move?
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Example #5: A cell with a concentration of 0.4 g of sodium ions/ 10 mL of water is placed in an environment with a concentration of 4 g of sodium ions/ 100 mL of water. What happens to the cell?
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Example #5: A cell with a concentration of 0.4 g of sodium ions/ 10 mL of water is placed in an environment with a concentration of 4 g of sodium ions/ 100 mL of water. What do you call water happens to the cell?
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