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Osmotic flow can seem mysterious. How can molecules flow
preferentially to one side of the contraption shown in Fig. 1.3 in the
book? Shouldn't they flow through the membrane in both directions at
equal rates? Explain how this works. (Hint: if the sugar molecules were
not present, the rates would be equal...)
What's the big deal about Free Energy? What is the key concept?
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