Osmosis

  1. Diffusion of water across a differentially or selectively permeable membrane
  2. Diffusion of water across a semipermeable membrane
  3. Diffusion of water across a freely permeable membrane
  4. Both A and B
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The net direction and rate of osmosis depends upon

  1. Pressure gradient
  2. Concentration gradient
  3. Chemical potential
  4. All of these
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The net movement of water is zero till

  1. Dynamic equilibrium is reached
  2. Static equilibrium is reached
  3. One chamber has transported all the water molecules
  4. All of these
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Apply concept of water potential and osmosis

Solution of which chamber has a lower solute potential?

  1. Chamber A
  2. Chamber B
  3. Both will have equal values
  4. Cannot be predicted
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In which direction will osmosis occur?

  1. From A to B
  2. From B to A
  3. No net osmosis
  4. Cannot be predicted
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Apply concept of water potential and osmosis

Which chamber has lower solute potential at equilibrium?

  1. Chamber A
  2. Chamber B
  3. Both will have equal values
  4. Cannot be predicted
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If B chamber has water potential of -2000 kPa and the A has water potential of -1000kPa, which is the chamber that has the highest Water potential?

  1. Chamber A
  2. Chamber B
  3. Both will have equal values
  4. Cannot be predicted
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If two solutions, A with water potential 0.2 MPa and B with water potential 0.1 MPa are separated by a selectively permeable membrane, then what will be the direction of movement of water?

  1. From A to B
  2. From B to A
  3. No net osmosis
  4. Cannot be predicted
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The pressure applied in this experiment is

  1. Hydrostatic Pressure
  2. Colloidal pressure
  3. Osmotic pressure
  4. Pressure potential
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Osmotic pressure is a function of

  1. Osmotic potential
  2. Solute concentration
  3. Solvent amount
  4. Water potential
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