Inside one osmosis bag*, A, is a 50% glucose solution and inside bag B is a 20% glucose solution. Both bags are put into beakers containing 100% water. *Osmosis bags are membranes that let water through but not glucose. Bag A will gain weight. Bag B will gain weight. Both bags will gain weight. Both bags will lose weight. Both bags will remain ... Examples: If a bottle filled with some gas or vapours is opened at a certain place in the room, very soon its molecules become evenly distributed throughout the available space in the room. Similarly, if a drop of ink is placed in water, it is dissolved and its particles move so that they are evenly distributed throughout the water.
Egg Osmosis Lab
ADVERTISEMENTS: The following points highlight the top six experiments on osmosis in plants. Some of the experiments are: 1. Demonstration of the Phenomenon of Osmosis 2. Demonstration of Osmosis by Osmoscopes 3. Demonstration of Plasmolysis and Determination of Isotonic Conc. of the Cell Sap 4. Determination of Osmotic Pressure of Integrated Plant Tissues and Others. […]