Q. 84.7( 3 Votes )
Water potential o A. 10
D. None of the above
The water potential of pure water at standard temperature is always zero.
Water potential (Ψw) is the sum of solute potential (Ψs) and pressure potential (Ψp): Ψw= Ψs+ Ψp. So when solute is dissolved in water, the water potential of pure water decreases or starts assuming a negative value.
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