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    I cant figure out what i am suppose to do for this assignement that we are to do. it says to apply each lab that we have done in the class to our career . for example the lab on osmossis and diffusion how would i make three applications for that lab?

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    Hi there!
    <br><br>From your question it sounds like you need to learn about some applications of diffusion and osmosis to complement a lab you have done on these two processes. I will go over these two concepts separately, first briefly reviewing the main concepts, then will get into the applications of each. For your lab, I would recommend explaining these (or other) applications of osmosis and diffusion in your own words. It would also be helpful to construct diagrams to demonstrate the processes.
    <br><br>Is the general process of the movement of molecules from a high concentration to a low concentration. This is due to the random motions and kinetic energy of the molecules. They will tend to spread out evenly, until the concentration is even. You can easily visualize this process when you think of dropping a drop of dye or food coloring into a glass of water. At first the dye is concentrated to the spot where it was added. Soon the dye spreads out evenly throughout the entire glass producing a uniform color. I have attached a diagram labeled "figure 1" that demonstrates this process.
    <br><br>Osmosis is a specialized form of diffusion, it is a type of diffusion. It deals specifically with the movement of water molecules across a concentration gradient. I am guessing that you may have done an experiment with two solutions (a hyper and hypo tonic one) and seen the water diffuse across a membrane. Here it is demonstrated that ...