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principles of osmotic phenomena.
J F. than
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Key expresses the osmotic pressure difference between the two solutions. Reverse osmosis is a process which occurs when pressure, greater than the osmotic pressure, is applied to the concentrated solution.
Water is forced to flow from the concentrated to the diluted side, and solutes are retained by the membrane (see Figure ). 3 Osmotic pressure is the force required to prevent water movement across the semi-permeable membrane.
Net water movement continues until its potential reaches zero. An early application of the basic principles of osmosis came from the pioneering work on hemolysis of red blood cells by William Hewson in the s (see Chapter 2).
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