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31 January, 12:00

Why does water move along its concentration gradients?

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  1. 31 January, 12:41
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    There is an electrical gradient and there is a concentration gradient.

    1.) Chemical gradient better known as concentration gradient is much more powerful and compelling than the electrical gradient.

    2.) Water is a polar molecule, meaning one side it positively charged while the other is negatively charged. This polar charged molecule causes water to have a weaker electrical gradient, thus the water has to move on its concentration gradient.
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