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Surface Area to Volume Ratio Practical

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A practical write-up on the effect of surface area to volume ratio will have on the diffusion of sulfuric acid into agar cubes.

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Chemistry Diffusion Transport phenomena Cell biology Membrane biology Membrane technology Molecular diffusion Agar Semipermeable membrane Cell membrane Tonicity Surface-area-to-volume ratio
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Chemistry Diffusion Transport phenomena Cell biology Membrane biology Membrane technology Molecular diffusion Agar Semipermeable membrane Cell membrane Tonicity Surface-area-to-volume ratio
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A solvent moving from an environment of higher concentration to an environment of lower concentration is known as the solvent or solute moving along the concentration gradient, which is the gradual difference in concentration of the solute in a solution separated by a cell membrane, as shown in Figure 1. As diffusion is passive movement and requires no energy, the liquid/gas molecules behave as expected per particle theory, which is an unproven concept where particles are rapidly and randomly travelling cons...
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