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Answered 2013-01-22 23:55:46

Facilitated diffusion is passive transport as no energy is used, and a protein channel is all that's required. After that it is simple diffusion down a concentration gradient.

Anything with the word diffusion in it is passive transport. Diffusion is just the principle of passive transport.

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