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Find out what affects the rate of Osmosis.
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* I am aiming to find out what affects the rate of Osmosis.
* To do this I am going to use temperature as a variation and my aim is to use it successfully.
I predict that the warmer the water, the faster the rate of Osmosis occurs. I believe that Osmosis will occur when the water is at 10 but when the water temperature increases to higher temperatures e.g. 50 I believe a greater amount of water will of passed through the Visking Tubing (a semi permeable membrane).
* Visking Tubing
* 5x 400ml beakers
* 2x 100ml beakers
* 1 molar salt solution
* 5 paper clips
* Distilled water
* Vegetable oil
* Stop watch
* Fill a 400ml beaker with 300ml of distilled water at the specific temperature e.g. 100 . Use a thermometer to get an exact temperature. Do this for every specified temperature.
* Pore some salt solution into 2x 100ml beakers and make sure that they are 20 .
* Place some of the salt solution (25ml) in
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