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Copy of Diffusion and Osmosis

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Jan Bryant

on 31 October 2012

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Transcript of Copy of Diffusion and Osmosis

Diffusion and Osmosis Osmosis Osmosis is the movement of water atoms through a selectively permeable membrane from a space of a tight packed amount of atoms, to a space with less, evening out the amount of atoms. An example of osmosis is when you put a sponge in a glass of water, the sponge soaks up the water, to make the concentration of water between the cup and sponge equal. Diffusion is the movement of atoms from an area with more tightly packed atoms to an area with less to make the amount of atoms even. An example of diffusion is when you have an air freshener, the smell will spread at a certain rate. The closer you are to the source of the smell the faster you will smell it. Resolving Power Being able to see the distance between two dots or objects that are near each other. The end Diffusion and Osmosis made Liam Riley
edited by Mrs. Bryant
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