A change in cell volume that will occur when a cell is placed in a hypotonic solution is that a cell will expand. Water will move from the solution into the cell. If enough water enters the cell the cell will expand and eventually burst.
What chages in cell volume will occur if a cell is placed in a hypotonic sloution?
the cell volume will increase as the dilute solution outside the cell will diffuse inwards until an equilibrium is met ...
What change in cell volume will occur when a cell is placed in a hypotonic colution?
water will move from the solution into the cell, causing the cell to swell. (higher concentration of water outside the cell, lower conc. inside, so water moves in) ...
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What is the effect of hypotonic solution on rbc?
In a hypotonic solution, red blood cells tend to gain more water volume to compensate for the difference in solute concentrations. In extremely hypotonic solutions, red blood cells burst in a process called lysis. ...
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Why does molarity of a solution changes with temperature?
Molarity of a solution depends upon volume of solution, the change in temperature changes the volume so molarity changes. ...
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Describe hypotonic solution?
Hypotonic solutions contain a dissolved solute concentration which is lower than that of inside the cell. Recall that normal saline (NS) is 0.9% sodium chloride, weight/volume (90mg/100mL). A hypotonic solution would have less than 0.9% (or less than 90mg/100mL). A typical hypotonic solution used in hospitals is 1/2 NS, or in certain circumstances, 1/4NS (which pharmacists usually round to 0.3% NaCl). To think about it biologically, if you were to drop a red blood cell into a hypotonic solution, the cell would engorge...
What is in a hypertonic solution that makes a red blood cell expand?
Water in a hypotonic solution will make a red blood cell expand. The water will move into the lower water concentration of the cell and the cell volume will grow. ...
Changes shape when placed in a different container but doesn't change volume?
A liquid. Its volume is fixed and it will assume the shape of its container. ...
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Differentiate ideal from non-ideal solution?
there is no interaction between the components in ideal solution whereas in non-ideal solution there is interactions between components. ideal solution obeys Raoult`s law whereas non-ideal solution do not obeys it. no volume change occurs on mixing due to no interaction in ideal solution whereas in non-ideal solution volume change occurs. ...
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How do you determine the concentration of ascorbic acid in unknown sample?
first measure the volume of the sample solution needed to change the blue color of the DCPIP solution into colourless. then, weigh the mass of the sample solution. finally calculate the concentration by using the formula: volume required t change the color of DCPIP solution (dm) per mass of the sample solution (g) ...
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Can the amount of a solution affect the pH of that solution?
No. ph=-log[H+] The amount of a solution would only change the volume of the solution. It has no effect on the molarity or concentration of the hydrogen ion. ...
What is the best type of tonicity in an environment of a red blood cell?
Isotonic solutions will maintain the normal volume of an individual red blood cell. A hypotonic solution will swell the cell, and a hypertonic one will shrink it. ...
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Is concentration typically given with the volume of solvent or the volume of solution?
The concentration of a solution is typically given in terms of the volume of solution, in liters. ...
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How can you express the solution in percent by volume?
Per cent by volume means mls of solute per 100 mls solution. So you need to know the volume of the solute and the total volume of the solution. Divide volume of solute by volume of solution and multiply by 100 to get per cent by volume. ...
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What is the difference between Real and Ideal solution?
1) An Ideal solution follows the Raoult's law strictly where a Real solution shows deviation from the Raoult's law. 2) In an ideal solution YAB = YAA Whereas in a real solution YAB>YAA or YAB<YAA. Here γAB is the attractive force between A and B, and γAA between A and A. The molecules of the solvent and solute are represented by A and B respectively. 3) In the formation of an ideal solution no volume change occurs. If the volume of solvent is denoted...
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How do you find the diameter of a sphere in solution when change in solution volume after addition of sphere is given?
The change in solution volume will be the volume of the sphere. Let's call that V We know that the volume of a sphere is 4/3 Pi x r^3 So the cube root of 3v/4Pi is the radius, double it and you have the diameter. OR Volume of sphere is 1/6 Pixd^3 so 6V/Pi is the diameter cubed. Take the cube root of 6V/Pi and that is the diameter. ...
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How do you dilute 20 volume hydrogen peroxide to make a 3 percent solution?
20 volume is 6% solution. To make it 3% solution just add same volume of water to the original 6% solution and you have double volume of 3% solution. ...
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The mass of solute in a given volume of solution or mass volume?
the mass of a solute in a given volume of solution or mass/volume Concentration ...