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What Happens When a Hypotonic Solution Is Separated from a Hypertonic

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What happens when a hypotonic solution is separated from a hypertonic solution by an osmotic membrane?


A)Water molecules move from the hypotonic solution to the hypertonic solution.
B)Solute molecules move from the hypertonic solution to the hypotonic solution.
C)Water molecules move from the hypertonic solution to the hypotonic solution.
D)Solute molecules move from the hypotonic solution to the hypertonic solution.
E)No net movement of solvent or solute molecules occurs,because the osmotic pressure on both sides is equal.

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