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What does the net movement of solutes/solvents during osmosis and diffusion mean?

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    Net movement means flow goes both ways, but more of (solute or solvent) goes one way, ending with concentration changing on each side. It is like a pump.

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    Active Transport,

    Facilitated diffusion,

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