Was there a change in solution volume between the dialysis tubing and the water

Was there a change in solution volume between the

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6Question #6: Was there a change in solution volume between the dialysis tubing andthe water beaker? Why or why not; in your answer please discuss the forcesresponsible for the result.
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12/6/19, 3 : 08 PM Page 3 of 7 7 For the next few questions, think back to your text, chapter 20.3. Question #7: Is thedialysis tubing behaving more like the glomerular capillaries, or more like the peritubularcapillaries? Defend your answer by discussing the types of fluid movement andpressure exerted in this experiment, and be sure to mention similar molecules at work inthe process of urine formation. Question #8: Briefly explain hydrostatic pressure as it relates to urine formation; what isthe role of hydrostatic pressure in creating urine? Is there any part of this experimentthat models hydrostatic pressure?
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