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a. How many grams of solute A will be in solution on side 1 of the U-tube? b. How many grams of solute A will be in solution on side 2 of the U-tube? c. Explain your answers to questions a & b. d. How many grams of solute B will be in solution on side 1 of the U-tube? e. How many grams of solute B will be in solution on side 2 of the U-tube? f. Explain your answers to questions d & e. g. What has happened to the water level in the U-tube? Explain your answer. 8. Flasks X, Y, and Z contain solutions with different concentrations of the solute NaCl. Flask X has 0.5% NaCl, flask Y has 0.9% NaCl, and flask Z has 1.5% NaCl. Red blood cells (0.9% NaCl) will be placed into each flask. a. Predict what will happen to the red blood cells in flask X (hint: draw out the situation). b. Predict what will happen to the red blood cells in flask Y (hint: draw out the situation). Side 1 Side 2
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Jeffrey c. Predict what will happen to the red blood cells in flask Z (hint: draw out the situation). 9. In the U-tube diagram below, the membrane is permeable to solute A; however, it is NOT permeable to solute Z. a. What is going to happen to solute A (both direction and percentages)? b. What is going to happen to solute Z (both direction and percentages)? c. What is going to happen to the water levels, specifically? 10. Study the diagrams of the beakers to the right, noting the concentrations of various substances in the beakers and in the cellulose bags. Water molecules can pass through the cellulose, but starch cannot pass through.
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