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If a cell is placed in a strong sugar solution, what will happen to the water?


Question asked by: jeking7

Asked on: 05 Dec 2009

Water will come out of the cell into the sugar solution in order to dilute it, eg whatever is the more concentrated of the two will get diluted through osmotic pressure.
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Replied at: 06 Dec 2009
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