I’m working on a biology multi-part question and need an explanation to help me study.
 Given that the final heights (and volumes) are the same for the water and t solution, what can you conclude about the amount of solutes in these two solutions? Explain your reasoning
 As discussed in the Background material, water is an important biological molecule. Do you expect water to continue to flow across the semipermeable; lipid bilayer after osmotic equilibrium is reached? Why or why not?
3] Why did the height (and volume) change in the tet solution? What is the basis for the increase in the volume in the tst solution?
 What do you think would happen if both starting volumes were the same?
 Based on your data and observations from procedure II and procedure III, which solution has the highest concentration? Explain your answer.
 Concentration Calculation: Using your Trial 1 data from procedure II and procedure III, and the known concentration of guanine (see Activity Form tab), calculate the concentration of the cytochrome c solution. Hint: See the Summary of Needed Formulas section under the Background tab and information found under the Activity Form tab.
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