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Member # 15702
 - posted September 18, 2008 19:12
If you drop blood cells into a concentrated salt solution, the cells shrivel up like raisins...why?

If you drop blood cells into distilled water, the cells will swell up and burst, why?

If anyone can help me with my Biology lab, I will be eternally greatful...
Come-on Geeks!!!
Member # 5566
 - posted September 18, 2008 19:22
Think about what salt does to certain things, like eggplant or cucumbers (you'd know this if you cook).

Otherwise, Google is your friend. ;-)
Member # 4915
 - posted September 18, 2008 19:45
I'm just going to point you to a heading in your book called "Concentration Gradients". Read that, and you will understand all.
Member # 15702
 - posted September 18, 2008 20:25
Thanks guys...I think I am making it harder than it seems, I figured it out. Thanks again:)
Member # 4915
 - posted September 18, 2008 21:39
You are more than welcome, I've been doing organic chemistry all day. A break from NMR spectra and the smell of acetone was awesome.
Member # 1659
 - posted September 19, 2008 03:30
_______________________ de TheMoMan __ SpazGirl Sometimes the profs like to throw in a question about n-butylalcohol, or tetramethalsiline just to trip you up.

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