Solubility, Diffusion, and Osmosis . Solubility. Henry’s law: (1803) At constant temperature, the amount of gas dissolved in a liquid is proportional to the partial pressure of the gas with which it is in equilibrium. Solubility also depends on the specific vapor and the specific solvent. NewPath Learning Osmosis and Diffusion Poster measuring 23 in x 35 in laminated. BrandNewpath; NewPath Learning Osmosis and Diffusion Laminated Learning Poster 23 X 35 in; ItemNumber1413692; Covers structure of cell membranes; Illustrates processes of diffusion osmosis and differences between them; Laminated for years of use; Return Policy
Osmosis is the transport of water across a permeable membrane. Diffusion can occur in any environment, but osmosis can only take place in aqueous environments such a water or blood. In diffusion the molecules or atoms can move in any direction whereas in osmosis the water molecules can only move in one direction.