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Osmosis and Diffusion. Add these vocabulary to your SNB glossary. diffusion - movement of molecules from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration. osmosis - diffusion of water through a membrane. . Molecules move CONSTANTLY

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add these vocabulary to your snb glossary
Add these vocabulary to your SNB glossary
  • diffusion - movement of molecules from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration.
  • osmosis - diffusion of water through a membrane.
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Molecules move CONSTANTLY

  • Diffusion is the movement of molecules from crowded areas to less crowded areas
  • *Particles diffuse in liquid and gases.
  • Example: spraying perfume
  • Equilibrium is when the molecules are spread evenly in a space
  • *Molecules continue to move and equilibrium is maintained
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Osmosis is the diffusionof water through a membrane.

  • Water molecules move from where there are lotsto where there are little
    • When this transfer of water in and out of the cell is moving at the same rate you have Equilibrium