anonymous
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how is osmosis different from diffusion open study. A.Osmosis refers to substances moving up a concentration gradient, while diffusion refers to substances moving down a concentration gradient. B.Osmosis is a form of passive transport, while diffusion is a form of active transport. C.Osmosis is a form of active transport, while diffusion is a form of passive transport. D.Osmosis refers specifically to the diffusion of water.
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anonymous
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Osmosis is the phenomenon of the movement of Solvent molecules from lower solute conc. to higher solute conc. through a semi-permeable membrane to make solute conc. equal on both sides. Osmosis is diffusion of water across a semi-permeable membrane.

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anonymous
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would that help?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no a lot
anonymous
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?
Abhisar
  • Abhisar
Osmosis is also a kind of diffusion but the catch is, it mostly involves a semi-permeable membrane and the term is `specifically used when solvent is water. `
anonymous
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so did it help i did not understand that? xD
anonymous
  • anonymous
yours helped a little
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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but i am just checking my answer
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is it a
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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it is d. tho
anonymous
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oh ok
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:D
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