What is the difference between osmosis and diffusion?
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What is the difference between osmosis and diffusion?


A. In

osmosis, solute moves across a permeable membrane until equilibrium is achieved. In diffusion, water molecules move across a permeable membrane until equilibrium is achieved.

B. In diffusion, solute moves across a permeable membrane until equilibrium is achieved. In osmosis, water molecules move across a permeable membrane until equilibrium is achieved.

C. In osmosis, equilibrium is achieved through active transport. In diffusion, equilibrium is achieved through passive transport.

D. There is no difference between osmosis and diffusion.

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