Wednesday
July 30, 2014

Homework Help: Physiology

Posted by ivy on Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 10:46pm.

Suppose a salt and a glucose solution are separated by a membrane that is permeable to water but not to the solutes. The NaCl solution has a concentration of 1.95 g per 250 mL (molecular weight = 58.5). The glucose solution has a concentration of 9.0 g per 250 mL (molecular weight = 180).

Calculate the molality, millimolality, and milliosmolality of both solutions. State whether osmosis will occur and, if it will, in which direction. Explain your answer.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Biology - 6. Describe and explain what would happen to a cell containing 100mM ...
science - compare table salt with glucose table salt is a strong electrolyte ...
biology - 7. Imagine you have 2 chambers connected by a flexible, semipermeable ...
chemistry - need help with these problems: The concentration of glucose in blood...
biology - A red blood cell is placed into each of the following solutions. ...
chemisrty - Q4) Suppose you prepare 950 mL of a solution by dissolving 100 grams...
chemistry - A beaker containing salt solution and thistle with water sealed at ...
Chemistry - The molecular mass of glucose is 180g/mol. you prepare a stock ...
Chem - Solution of NaCl and glucose gives freezing point of -0.95%. It contains ...
chem - Osmolarity (Osm) is the molar concentration of the particles-molecules ...

Search
Members