Diffusion and Osmosis
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What are Diffusion and Osmosis?
diffusion: the net passive movement of particles from a region of higher to lower concentration osmosis: a process by which molecules of a solvent pass through a semipermeable membrane from a less concentrated to a more concentrated solution
Hey guys! Do you know what the definitions of diffusion and osmosis are?
Today's Lesson: DIFFUSION and OSMOSIS
What is the process?
Can you tell me what the processes are for diffusion and osmosis?
The Processes of Diffusion and Osmosis: Diffusion: the movement of particles continues until the substance is distributed evenly, which is needed for many cellular processes Osmosis: the movement into different concentrations tends to equalize both sides, which is very important to the cell's function
What if they didn't work?
If diffusion didn't work, we would not be able to smell, as a result of the molecules not spreading out into the air from things like food or air fresheners.
Warm-Up: What if diffusion and osmosis didn't work?
Do you know what would happen if diffusion and osmosis didn't work?
Well, if osmosis didn't work, we would not be able to receive oxygen to our bodies and in that case we would not live.
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