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can anyone help me better understand osmosis?

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osmosis movement of solvent molecules from region of lower solute concentration to region of higher solute concentration through a semi - permeable membrane
so is that the same as the diffusion?
in diffusion solute molecules move from higher to lower concentration , whereas here solvent moves

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Ohh so when they move they desolve? Im confused :/
The tendency of molecules of a solvent to pass through a semipermeable membrane from a less concentrated solution into a more concentrat... The process of gradual or unconscious assimilation of ideas, knowledge, e
if there are two compartment .... the solute moves from compartment having high solute concentration to the compartment having low solute concentration. the solute molecules get solvated by water.. |dw:1349972215380:dw|
got it ??
Yeah i guess thanks

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