Differentiate between Osmotic Pressure and Osmotic Potential

Asked by Pragya Singh | 1 year ago |  177

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Solution :-

Osmotic pressure Osmotic potential
It is the pressure required to
stop the diffusion of water
through a semipermeable
membrane.
It allows the movement of
water from the region of
high water solution to the
region of low water solution.
It increases with increase in
the concentration of solute
particles.
It decreases with increase in
the concentration of solute
particles.
It is the positive pressure
applied.
It is negative to osmotic pressure
applied.

 

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