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Unformatted text preview: / \, In general, the greater the difference in concentration on two" sides of a membrane, the greater is the osmotic pressure. 48. In the following diagrams of sugar solutions separated from each other by a membrane impermeable to sugar but permeable to water, which will exert the greatest osmotic pressure? C (A or B or C) The least? @ (A or B or C) / 3:13;?! i l a finger Sugar : Marian ll & a; “I mlmmn solution _ {. 5 “Sugar ' ; mission « ’ V5? V Kxfw, ‘9" , M373; “ Memlmmc Membrane {X sugar Mk ‘T buggy Dialysis In osmosis, only solvent is allowed to pass, in dialysis, solvent and small solutes are allowed to pass but large ones like proteins do not. Your kidneys operate hemodialysis by removing the small toxic chemicals from the blood and keeping the large molecules. ...
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