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The movement of solute particles take place from a region of higher concentration to a region where the concentration of solutes is low. This is diffusion.

Similarly, osmosis involves the movement of water molecules from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower where the concentration of water molecule is low, through a semi-permeable membrane.


This is a picture showing comparison between osmosis and diffusion.


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