When you put cloth in water why do they swell?
The cloth swells as the water enters and occupies the empty spaces amongst the cloth's fibres.
Since there is more salt in the cell than outside the cell, water would move IN to the cell. Water always follows salt when there is a cell membrane involved. The water outside will try to dilute the salt inside so the concentration of salt to water is the same. The problem is that the cell membrane can not expand enough for this to happen and the cell will break. It will swell and burst…
Chop up flowers put a piece of cheese cloth in a bowl. Put the flowers in the cheese cloth and pour water over the flowers. Cover them and leave it over night. Take the cheese cloth out of the water and squeeze the water into a pot. Boil it until reduced to a really little amount (about 1 tsp). Put in a small bottle. It lasts about 1 month.
No! What you need to do is... *Wet a cloth with nice water not too hot and not too cold just nice and toasty *Put the Hamster/Gerbil on the cloth and wipe the cloth on your Hamster/Gerbil and dont put it by the face or eyes!!! *Turn the cloth over and put nice pet shampoo made for Rabbits,Guinea Pigs,Hamster,and Gerbil *Wipe the cltoh on the body rememeber not by the Head or Eyes! But you…
Why do the doctors advice to put strips of wet cloth on the forehead of a person having high temperature?
When a drop of blood is added to distilled water the red blood cells swell up and burst Suggest an explanation for the swelling and bursting?
The cells swell and burst because of a cytolysis (osmotic lysis). This happens because the red blood cell is put into a hypotonic solution: distilled water. Due to the fact that the salt concentration is lower in water, it will try to equalize the concentration by forcing water into the red blood cell.
The salt outside the celery is higher than it is inside. Water will leave the celery and it will (over time) become wilted. If you put the celery into plain water, the water will move into the celery causing it to become firmer. The water will always move to where there is more salt. There is a saying that "water follows salt".
you will need : a muslin cloth, or clean cleaning cloth or duster, although not fluffy, some petals, rose is very good. make sure they are scented.! fresh water large bowl take 50ml water and put it in the bowl. then drape the muslin cloth over the water in the bowl so it touches the water, and yes it should be very wet! then put your petals , 10grams will do, on top of the…
The water will turn to Ice. The act of freezing the water causes it to expand in volume. As a result the plastic bottle will swell and deform slightly but it will not burst or break. A glass bottle When we put a plastic bottle in the freezer it contracts, whereas when we put water it dilates. So while the plastic bottle contracts and the water dilates so the bottle eventually contracts.