what is Osmosis and Diffusion
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NO i need to ask mrs.rice somthing, ill meet you guys there.
lets go eat lunch, Nathan are you coming??
Mrs.Rice i need to ask a question?
okay sure ill help you out
i need to know more about osmois and diffusion.
okay whats up nathan
osmosis is a process by which molecules of a solvent tend to pass through a semipermeable membrane from a less concentrated solution into a more concentrated one, thus equalizing the concentrations on each side of the membrane. diffusion is the spreading of something more widely.
okay lets talk about why osmosis happens and wht will happen if osmosis and diffusion did not work
Osmosis happens due to this nature the cell membrane is described as being partially (or selectively) permeable. Osmosis is a special kind of diffusion involving water molecules. It occurs when two solutions are separated by a partially permeable membrane.
thats how it works now lets talk about what will happpen if osmosis and diffusion did not work.
okay cool thanks now i understand
okay so if osmosis didn't work then we will all be dead, since our body wouldn't be getting any oxygen. and if diffusion didn't work then air fresheners wouldn't be working since the molecules spread out to freshen the air.
dang it lunch is over already!!!!!!!!!
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