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Biology Help: Diffusion and Osmosis explained in 5 minutes!!
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43 thoughts on “Biology Help: Diffusion and Osmosis explained in 5 minutes!!”
does osmosis apply to Ganesh drinking milk?
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GET BACK TO STUDYING
As a med student youtube and wikipedia is my mecca
thanks for the help
Isn’t osmosis from low to high?
This video makes sense for me.i have watch many videos regarding this topic but cant grasp them.but finally got a video which is simple and understandable.thank you
Ok so I’m so bad at science I think this helped me a bit more than my teacher !
Isn't osmosis low concentration to High. Concentration not high to low
love how i’m in 8th grade and it’s midnight and i have to take this test 3rd period
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Great video could understand just about everything after seeing this video
Could you help me understand how Osmosis works within the context of Brining a piece of meat? Shouldn't the water in the animal cells go in the direction of being high in water concentration to lower in the brine? and yet the process is successfully used in practice to marinate and moisten the meat. How so?
T-T I still don't get it. Especially when the school brings in osmosis and diffusion into cells
Thanks, for uploading this cool video.
for a dumbass thats studying nursing i feel a whole lot smarter after watching this video hahah, i rate this and thanks alot for the help, much love from australia!!
Plese , Can you expline this in frençe
I'm not speek englshe , but I'm trying , because I'm speek arabic ,
Any one else searching vedio for diffusion experiment🙄🙄🙄
Help me to find out guys🙏😭♥️♥️
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Me but for 9th in a 1hour
You didn't have time to include it, but the area of the semi-permeable membrane also is a factor in the rate of osmosis (in addition to the temperature, concentration gradient, and the distance for the molecules to travel which you mentioned).
This is the first time I actually understand diffusion and osmosis out of the 4 times I was trying to be taught by my professor! You are great at explaining
My text & professor teaches where there’s an area of high concentration of solute is where the water will most likely travel towards. In other words water will travel from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration to create equilibrium.
7 hours left in my biology test, here I am
Any college freshmen here cause they don’t want to read?
My teacher took two days to explain this and I didn't understand it this dude took 5 minutes 💀
I’m still confused🤷♀️😔
Thanks though dude
Thank you so much for better eduacating me bro for my exams this really helped a lot
What happens if one side of the partially permeable membrane has more glucose than the other side?
watching this now i have like 20 min before my grade 8 science test
Who is watching it as extra work because he adores bio
thank you man!
Good and easy explanation ☺️
My biology teacher mad3 me came here
bro im confused
Many thanks 🙏🏻
Thank you so much