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cell transport quiz

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Define osmosis the diffusion of water. water moves to the solutes
NACL 55 daltons
sucrose 342 daltons
glucose 180 daltons
water 18 daltons
Beaker 1 glucose in water
beaker 2 glucose in glucose
beaker 3 NaCL in water
beaker 4 sucrose in water
what determines how quickly a solute passes through the dialysis membrane the size of the solute
which sacs increased in weight sacs 1 and 3
which solution was isotonic glucose in glucose
how did we detect the diffusion of glucose Benedict's reagent.
procedure to see color change in Benedict's Reagent added to sample and heated
how was sucrose detected sucrose dyed red was visible in the beaker
how was NaCL detected Silver nitrate reagent. Turned cloudy
htypotonic red blood cell concentration .6%
Isotonic red blood cell concentration .9%
hypertonic red blood cell concentration 1.2%
Created by: vojtek