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Diffusion & Osmosis October 24, 2007 Ms. Manaktola
demonstration Questions: What happened? Why did it happen? Microscopic view
diffusion Diffusion is the movement of solute molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration. Animation
osmosis Osmosis is the passage of water across the membrane from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration Similar to diffusion, but not the same! Osmosis only pertains to water molecules
osmosis HYPERTONIC and HYPOTONIC are important terms When we compare two solutions, a HYPERTONIC solution is the solution with a greater solute concentration relative to the HYPOTONIC solution REVIEW: What is a solute?
In osmosis, water travels from HYPOTONIC HYPERTONIC (less solute) (more solute)
Osmosis and cells What do you think will happen if I take a blood cell and place it in a beaker of water?
Osmosis and cells What do you think will happen if I take a blood cell and place it in a beaker of very salty water?
Osmosis and cells
Why do your fingers wrinkle when you’ve been in the pool? Your homework!
Your ticket out the door On the provided diagram, make a diagram to illustrate diffusion and osmosis. Label if necessary.