Chm1033L Module 6 Solutions, dialysis & electrolytes
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mixtures composed of a solvent and a solute
large particles are present in the solution (particles reflect light passing through) "Fog"
A porous membrane with very tiny holes
the flow of solute from a more concentrated solution to a less concentrated solution through a semipermeable membrane along with small particles
process which separates waste products from blood
the flow of solvent from a less concentrated solution to a more concentrated solution to a semi permeable membrane
a solution having the same osmotic pressure as blood & 5% glucose & .09% NaCl
solution which has a lower osmotic pressure than blood. (lower % of glucose or NaCl, causing crenation)
solution which has a higher automatic pressure than blood (higher % of glucose or NaCl causing hemolysis)
the contraction of a cell after exposure to a hypertonic solution
the rupturing of red blood cells in the release of their contents
electrolytes conduct electricity by separating into ions when dissolved in water
Test for glucose
- Benedicts solution
- Turns orange
Test from starch
- Iodine reagent
- Turns purple/black
When testing dialysate solution from dialysis bag, what should be present?
- Chlorine & glucose.
- Starch particles are too large to pass through the bag.
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