Asked in Microbiology
How are hypertonic solution and hypo tonic Solution related?
A hypertonic solution has the solute greater than the solvent, whereas a hypotonic solution is the reverse. ...
Asked in Genetics, The Difference Between
What is the difference between hyper and hypo tonic?
i think the question that you are asking is what is the difference between hyper and hypo tonic. A fluid that has a greater concentration of solutes in comparison to another solution is a hypertonic solution. A hypotonic solution is a fluid that has a lower concentraton of solutes in comparison to another solution. ...
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology)
Which solution contains a higher concentration of solvent that the solution it is being compared with?
A hypo-tonic solution contains higher concentration of solvent. When it is compared with a hyper-tonic solution. ...
Asked in Genetics
What is done to a cell that is placed in a hypo tonic solution?
It will probably burst. A hypo-tonic solution means that there is less dissolved solute in the solution than there is in the cell, and a greater concentration of the solution (ie water). Since there's a greater concentration of water outside the cell, osmosis will cause a net movement of water into the cell, causing it to swell and most-likely burst. ...
Asked in Microbiology, Cell Biology (cytology)
What would happen if you mixed a hypertonic solution and a hypotonic solution?
Hyper tonic solution have high concentration of solute and less concentration of water. Hypo tonic solution have less concentration of solute and high concentration of water. Gatorade is an example of hypo tonic solution. When two solutions are mixed together, isotonic state is achieved. Cells try to maintain isotonic situations across their cell membrane. ...
Asked in Biology
What is a solution that has a lesser concentration of solutes and a greater concentration of water molecules than the cell?
Hypotonic solution. The root "hypo" means "less", so since the solution has less solutes it takes the name hypotonic. ...
Water moves from an area of what to an area of what water?
from a HYPERtonic solution to a HYPOtonic solution you can remember this by thinking HYPER to HYPO (or over to under) (which way does gravity work? from up to down) ...
Is blood opaque or transparent?
This depends on the solution you add the blood to in an isotonic solution the blood is opaque. In a hypo-tonic solution the blood is completely transparent. In a hyper-tonic solution the blood is virtually opaque however does allow some light through. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
What happen when you added Sodiun hypo chloride in Sodium Sulphate solution?
I think sodium Hypo chlore is act as a color removal reagent. it is used to develop the sulphate color to white. If any other reasones are there please inform me. ...